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Hierarchical control of two-dimensional gaze saccades

Bibliographic reference Daye, Pierre ; Optican, Lance M. ; Blohm, Gunnar ; Lefèvre, Philippe. Hierarchical control of two-dimensional gaze saccades. In: Journal of Computational Neuroscience, Vol. 36, p. 355-382 (2014)
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