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One contribution of 15 to a Theme Issue 'Seeing and doing: how vision shapes animal behaviour'. Subject Areas: cognition, computational biology The sequential deployment of gaze to regions of interest is an integral part of human visual function. Owing to its central importance, decades of research have focused on predicting gaze locations, but there has been relatively little formal attempt to predict the temporal aspects of gaze deployment in natural multi-tasking situations. We approach thisdoi:10.1098/rstb.2013.0044 pmid:24395971 pmcid:PMC3886332 fatcat:fx3jthvwdfhd7ajx66gkbn6bja