Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
Abstract The oculomotor system, as far as horizontal voluntary eyemovements are concerned, is analyzed by way of average gain and phase frequency plots based on sinusoidal and random noise inputs. On account of the non-linear properties of the system, it is not possible to obtain an overall-transfer-function, but nevertheless frequency-responses are sufficiently appropriate to demonstrate the system-performance using different types of signals. Frequencyresponses are significantly different for sinusoidal and random inputs, because of the interference of the saccadic component. On the other hand, gain and phase, to a certain extent, turn out to be independent of the amplitude of the input.
Type of Medium: