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Computational Two-channel ITD Model
Recently, the Jeffress model of localization has been questioned in neurophysiological studies, and a twochannel ITD model has been proposed. In this paper, a simple computational implementation of the twochannel ITD model is presented, which models the ITD decoding based on neurophysiological data, although computationally in a very simple way. The model fits almost perfectly to the neurophysiological data recorded from a guinea pig, and matches also at least qualitatively with psychoacoustic data.
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