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Wei C. Lin wlin2 at uiuc.edu
Thu Feb 27 17:46:11 EST 1997

	Thanks. I have had his papers. I like Dr. Konishi's papers, too.
	The function of neurons respond to ITD seems to have received more
attention, and easier to comprehend. The function of EE and EI neurons
(comparing and summing intensity, of course, but what for?) is still vague.


On Thu, 27 Feb 1997, Greg S. Fraley wrote:

>   There is a tremendous about of information on this in the literature.
> Do a lit search on the name Knudsen and you will get a lot more than
> you'll want to know.  His work is on this very subject primarily on the
> barn owl, however, he also references mammalian lit.
> Good luck!
> --GS Fraley
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