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Interesting question! Trying to interpret your question, I think what you are after is a model that can predict the saccade endpoint based on eye tracking data? The following answer is more of a basic neuroscientific approach: The neuronal responses in the superior colliculus (SC) can be accurately used to predict the total saccade as a vector. Basically, ...


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I have summarized some references below. (Search terms: "oculometry pupillometry disorders of consciousness" in Google Scholar, nothing special): Grandchamp et al, 2014, DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00031 - A primary research article related to consciousness (mind wandering) where the authors investigated various pupillometric responses, among other measures. ...



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