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Predicting Binaural Masking Level Difference and Dichotic Pitch Using Instantaneous Ild Model

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A recently proposed auditory model was examined using simulated binaural masking level difference (BMLD) and dichotic pitch cases. The model is based on calculating the instantaneous interaural level difference, i.e. the difference between the left and right ear neural signals. The model output produced pronounced peaks at the signal frequencies with BMLD stimulus. Huggins Pitch and binaural edge pitch stimuli produced a notable peak at the pitch frequency.

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