Lazzaro, John and Mead, Carver A. (1989) A silicon model of auditory localization. Neural Computation, 1 (1). pp. 47-57. ISSN 0899-7667 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:LAZnc89
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The barn owl accurately localizes sounds in the azimuthal plane, using interaural time difference as a cue. The time-coding pathway in the owl's brainstem encodes a neural map of azimuth, by processing interaural timing information. We have built a silicon model of the time-coding pathway of the owl. The integrated circuit models the structure as well as the function of the pathway; most subcircuits in the chip have an anatomical correlate. The chip computes all outputs in real time, using analog, continuous-time processing.
|Additional Information:||© 1989 Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Received 26 October; accepted 9 November 1988; posted Online March 13, 2008. We thank M. Konishi and his entire research group, in particular S. Volman, I. Fujita, and L. Proctor, as well as D. Lyon, M. Mahowald, T. Delbruck, L. Dupr6, J. Tanaka, and D. Gillespie, for critically reading and correcting the manuscript, and for consultation throughout the project. We thank Hewlett-Packard for computing support, and DARPA and MOSIS for chip fabrication. This work was sponsored by the Office of Naval Research and the System Development Foundation.|
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