I am studying the machinism of sound localization, which is
thought to be accomplished by using the interaural temporal difference (ITD)
and interaural level difference (ILD). ITD is thought to be achieved by
neuronal delay line, and will divide azimuth into several partitions.
Does someone hear of any theory which accounts how the ILD is
used along with ITD to divide the auditory space, especially how ILD is
used to estimate the distance of sound source?
Thanks for any input.
Wei C. Lin
Department of Psychology
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
603 E. Daniel St. Rm 538
Champaign, IL 61820
Email: Wei-Chen at uiuc.edu