wcalvin at stein.u.washington.edu
Sun May 23 23:47:56 EST 1993
GENESIS was designed for circuits, but it takes some training to use.
Inquire of the Caltech people. Dan Hartline's SYNETSIM is also possible;
see the discussion in that Trends in the Neurosciences issue on neural
modeling (Oct. 92?).
William H. Calvin WCalvin at U.Washington.edu
wallenstein at WALT.CCS.FAU.EDU (Gene Wallenstein) writes:
>I'm looking for a neural simulator which has the capacity to
>model "circuits" based on the cellular level. I've heard about
>GENESIS but was told that it is designed mainly to model single
>cells. Are their any decent, hopefully FTPable, packages out their
>that don't take a gig of disk space yet are still general enough
>to do something like this?
> Thanks in advance,
> Gene Wallenstein
> Center for Complex Systems
> Florida Atlantic University
> Boca Raton, FL. 33431 USA
> Wallenstein at Walt.ccs.fau.edu
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