CUS

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CUSCourse
CUSCentro Universitario Sportivo (Italian: Universtity Sport Center)
CUSCommunauté Urbaine de Strasbourg (French: Urban Community of Strasbourg; Strasbourg, France)
CUSSee You Soon (chat)
CUSCommon User Service
CUSCumulative Updates
CUSCoefficient d'Utilisation du Sol (French: Land Use Coefficient)
CUSCommander, Undersea Surveillance (US Navy)
CUSCompression Ultrasonography
CUSConcordia University System
CUSContiguous United States
CUSChicago Union Station (railroad company)
CUSConfederación de Unificación Sindical (Spanish: Confederation of Labor Unification, Nicaragua)
CUSChronic Undifferentiated Schizophrenia (mental disease)
CUSChemical Update System (EPA)
CUSCarrillo Underwater Systems (underwater equipment manufacturer)
CUSCommon User System
CUScatch-up saccade
CUSCo-operative Union of Serbia
CUSCorrectional Unit Supervisor
CUSCommon User Subsystem
CUSConstant Unit Service
CUSCute Useless Stuff (polite form)
CUSCoherent Unit Set
CUSComité Universitaire de Solidarité
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As the counting method, the combination of gain and proportion of catch-up saccades contains two cases contradicting with the theory when assessing the vHIT dataset.
In the previous systems, the fuzzy inference system was used to convert position gain and appearance of covert catch-up saccades (from experiment 1) into the efficiency of the subject's vestibule function, which is more significant to the application user.
Halmagyi, "Head impulse test in unilateral vestibular loss: vestibulo-ocular reflex and catch-up saccades," Neurology, vol.
Weber et al reported that large covert catch-up saccades account for amplitude reduction of the later-appearing overt saccades.10 Thus, the possible presence of covert saccades might have further contributed to the low sensitivity we found for both the HIT and rHIT.
With increasing stimulus frequency, the ability to perform SPEM considerably declines due to the disability to perform catch-up saccades to refoveate the target [37].
To overcome retinal slip and delay in the neural pathways the oculomotor system uses prediction of future target motion to program catch-up saccades to a moving target.