LSO, MSO, and DCN converge in the central nucleus of the IC (ICC).⇒
In mammals, different neurons in the lateral superior olive (LSO) are tuned to different ILDs.⇒
The granularity of representations of ITDs and ILDs in MSO and LSO reflects the fact that ITD and ILD are most useful for auditory localization in different frequency ranges: ITDs for high frequencies are less densely represented in MSO and ITDS are less densely represented in LSO.⇒
Liu et al. model the LSO and MSO as well as the integrating inferior colliculus.
Their system can localize sounds with a spatial resolution of 30 degrees.⇒