neurolib - Neuron emulation tools

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A collection of utilities that might be useful in the simulation or emulation of neurons for an artificial neural network.The focus of this library is an attempt to simulate the spike-timing-dependent plasticity learning mechanics of real neurons, as opposed to running math abstractions like stochastic gradient descent to accomplish machine learning.

https://github.com/ericelliott/neurolib#readme

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