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Frontiers at the 2013 INCF Neuroinformatics Congress

Associate Editor Andrew P Davison at INCF 2013. Follow Andrew's research on Frontiers: http://bit.ly/1749yKc ...

ModelDB: making models publicly accessible to support computational neuroscience.

Michele Migliore, Thomas M Morse, Andrew P Davison, Luis Marenco, Gordon M Shepherd, Michael L Hines ... Computer Communication Networks, Internet, Models, Neurological, Neurosciences, Publishing ...

1st HBP Curriculum workshop series - ICT for non-specialists

of the HBP online course &lsquo;HBP Curriculum &ndash; ICT for non-specialists&lsquo;.&nbsp;</p> ... in addition to the director and one administrative will be welcoming you at the institute.&nbsp;</p> ...

Andrew P Davison

Andrew P Davison ... <p>My main research interests are in large-scale, data-constrained, biologically-detailed modelling of neuronal networks. My work at the moment has several strands:</p> ...

Check the Latest Frontiers E-books in Neuroscience

James A. Bednar, Markus Diesmann, Marc-Oliver Gewaltig, Michael Hines and Andrew P. Davison</p> ... a>, hosted by&nbsp;Gabriel Jos&eacute; Corr&ecirc;a Mograbi and Carlos Eduardo Batista de Sousa</p> ...

Combining simulator independent network descriptions with run-time interoperability based on PyNN and MUSIC

NEST (Neural Simulation Tool), Scholarpedia 2 (4), p. 1430. <br/>[4] Michael Hines, Ted Carnevale ... Jochen Martin Eppler, Mikael Djurfeldt, Eilif Muller, Markus Diesmann, Andrew Davison ...

Mission and activities of the INCF Electrophysiology Data Sharing Task Force

and OMNI http://code.google.com/p/incf-omni/ . <br/> <br/>Publisher statements. The task force is ... Friedrich Sommer, Thomas Wachtler, Andrew Davison, Michael Denker, Jeffrey Grethe, Sonja Grün ...

Python in Neuroscience

This Research Topic of Frontiers in Neuroinformatics is dedicated to the memory of Rolf K&#246;tter (1961–2010), who was the Frontiers Associate Editor responsible for this Research Topic, and who ...

Trends in programming languages for neuroscience simulations

Neuroscience simulators allow scientists to express models in terms of biological concepts, without having to concern themselves with low-level ... Andrew P Davison, Michael Hines, Eilif Muller ...

Semi-automated population of an online database of neuronal models (ModelDB) with citation information, using PubMed for validation.

Citations play an important role in medical and scientific databases by indicating the authoritative source of ... Andrew P Davison, Thomas M Morse, Michele Migliore, Gordon M Shepherd, Michael L Hines ...

NEURON and Python

The NEURON simulation program now allows Python to be used, alone or in combination with NEURON's traditional Hoc interpreter. Adding Python to NEURON ... Michael Hines, Andrew P Davison, Eilif Muller ...

Biophysical and phenomenological models of multiple spike interactions in spike-timing dependent plasticity.

Spike-timing dependent plasticity (STDP) is a form of associative synaptic modification which depends ... Mathilde Badoual, Quan Zou, Andrew P Davison, Michael Rudolph, Thierry Bal, Yves Frégnac, Alain ...

Python in neuroscience

Python is rapidly becoming the de facto standard language for systems integration. Python has a ... Michael Hines, Rolf Kötter, Markus Diesmann, Andrew P Davison, Eilif Benjamin Muller, James A Bednar ...

Establishing a novel modeling tool: a python-based interface for a neuromorphic hardware system

Neuromorphic hardware systems provide new possibilities for the neuroscience modeling community. Due to ... Daniel Brüderle, Eric Müller, Andrew P Davison, Eilif Muller, Johannes Schemmel, Karlheinz Meier ...

Learning cross-modal spatial transformations through spike timing-dependent plasticity.

A common problem in tasks involving the integration of spatial information from multiple senses, or in sensorimotor coordination, is that different modalities represent ... Andrew P Davison, Yves Frégnac ...

Efficient generation of connectivity in neuronal networks from simulator-independent descriptions

Simulator-independent descriptions of connectivity in neuronal networks promise greater ease of model sharing, improved reproducibility of ... Mikael Djurfeldt, Andrew P. Davison, Jochen Martin Eppler ...

Model validation using the Mozaik framework

One of the current challenges in computational neuroscience is not only to build high fidelity models of brain structures reflecting their biological ... Domenico Guarino, Ján Antolík, Andrew P Davison ...

libNeuroML and PyLEMS: using Python to combine imperative and declarative modelling approaches in computational neuroscience

NeuroML is an XML-based model description language, which ... Michael Vella, Robert C. Cannon, Sharon Crook, Andrew P. Davison, Gautham Ganapathy, Hugh P. C. Robinson, R. Angus Silver, Padraig Gleeson ...

PyNN: a common interface for neuronal network simulators

Computational neuroscience has produced a diversity of software for simulations of networks of spiking ... Andrew P Davison, Daniel Brüderle, Jochen M Eppler, Jens Kremkow, Eilif Muller, Dejan Pecevski ...

Python in Neuroscience II

This Research Topic is also cross listed in <a href ... Marc-Oliver Gewaltig, Markus Diesmann, Andrew P Davison, Satrajit S Ghosh, Bertrand Thirion, Eilif ...

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