I assume you're already familiar with "Auditory Representations of Acoustic
Signals," by Yang, Wang, & Shamma, (IEEE Trans Info Thy 38, Mar 92).
A computational model to predict neural spikes, given the auditory stimulus,
is described in "A model for the responses of low-frequency auditory-nerve
fibers in cat," by Laurel H. Carney, in J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 93 (1), Jan 93.
That's cat, not bat.
I should state that I'm no expert, just interested in models of hearing.
I haven't found one that isn't complicated and/or over-simplified.
If you have, please let me know.
In <4dorg8$b2m at portal.gmu.edu>, herwin at mason2.gmu.edu (HARRY R. ERWIN) writes:
>Who, aside from Shihab Shamma, has done much neural modeling of the
>auditory system, especially in bats?
>Internet: herwin at gmu.edu>Web Page: http://osf1.gmu.edu/~herwin (contains 'indecent' academic material)
>PhD student in comp neurosci: "Glitches happen" & "Meaning is emotional"
>Lecturer for CS 211 (advanced C++)