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Simulator for spiking neural networks with synaptic plasticity

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-State monitors are used to monitor time continuous [[StateVector|state variables]] such as the membrane voltage or gaba conductance,​ etc from [[NeuronGroup|NeuronGroups]]. Since these quantities are generally only locally available at individual nodes, each process writes it own file. Moreover, since a high frequency sampling of a state variable quickly generates massive amounts of data, a StateMonitor only records from a single neuron. To monitor multiple neurons also multiple monitors are required.+State monitors are used to monitor time continuous [[StateVector|state variables]] such as the membrane voltage or GABA conductance,​ etc from [[NeuronGroup|NeuronGroups]]. Since these quantities are generally only locally available at individual nodes, each process writes it own file. Moreover, since a high frequency sampling of a state variable quickly generates massive amounts of data, a StateMonitor only records from a single neuron. To monitor multiple neurons also multiple monitors are required.
  
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