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  • software . 2020
    Open Source
    Authors:
    Anonymous;
    Persistent Identifiers
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | PLANTOID (293431)

    <p>The work provides a computational model to reproduce the behavior of plant roots to shed light on the conditions for the emergence of oscillatory growth patterns followed by the root tip. To date, the role and mechanisms responsible for such movements are still uncle...

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  • software . 2020
    Open Source
    Authors:
    Jordan, Jakob; Helias, Moritz; Diesmann, Markus; Kunkel, Susanne;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | HBP SGA1 (720270), EC | HBP SGA2 (785907), EC | HBP (604102), EC | DEEP-EST (754304)

    <p>This repository contains simulation and analysis scripts, recorded data and source files for the corresponding NEST versions used in Jordan J, Helias M, Diesmann M and Kunkel S (2020) Efficient Communication in Distributed Simulations of Spiking Neuronal Networks Wit...

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  • software . 2016
    Open Source
    Authors:
    Wierstorf, Hagen;
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    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | TWO!EARS (618075)

    <p>In this supplementary material you will find all the files you need in order to<br /> reproduce the figures of the publication, see README.md for details.</p>

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  • software . 2018
    Open Source English
    Authors:
    Mills, Rob; Mariano, Pedro;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | ASSISI_BF (601074)

    <p>This package provides library of utilities for use with assisi-python <a href="#assisipy-ref">[1]</a> and assisi-playground <a href="#playground-ref&gt;[2]&lt;/a&gt;, primarily for managing and inspecting simulation and lab-based experiments.  It is licenced under LG...

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  • software . 2018
    Open Source English
    Authors:
    Miklić, Damjan; Mills, Rob; Mariano, Pedro; Polić, Marsela; Haus, Tomislav;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | ASSISI_BF (601074)

    <p>The Python API for bee-side bio-hybrid systems developed in the ASSISIbf project</p>

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  • software . 2019
    Open Source
    Authors:
    Ivo Trowitzsch; Youssef Kashef; Klaus Obermayer;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | TWO!EARS (618075)

    <p>The purpose of the Two!Ears Auditory Machine Learning Training and Testing Pipeline (AMLTTP) is to build and evaluate models for auditory sound object annotation and assigning attributes to them. The models are obtained by inductive learning from labeled training dat...

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  • software . 2018
    Open Source
    Authors:
    Kokot, Mirko; Miklić, Damjan; Polić, Marsela;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | ASSISI_BF (601074)

    <p>Bee arena user interface for the ASSISI|bf project.&nbsp; Released under GPL license.</p>

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  • software . 2017
    Open Source
    Authors:
    Bart Jacobs (editor);
    Persistent Identifiers
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | ADVENT (308830), EC | VESSEDIA (731453), EC | STANCE (317753)

    <p>Research prototype tool for modular formal verification of C and Java programs</p> <p>By Bart Jacobs*, Jan Smans*, and Frank Piessens*, with contributions by Pieter Agten*, Cedric Cuypers*, Lieven Desmet*, Jan Tobias Muehlberg*, Willem Penninckx*, Pieter Philippaerts...

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  • software . 2020
    Open Source
    Authors:
    Anonymous;
    Persistent Identifiers
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | PLANTOID (293431)

    <p>The work provides a computational model to reproduce the behavior of plant roots to shed light on the conditions for the emergence of oscillatory growth patterns followed by the root tip. To date, the role and mechanisms responsible for such movements are still uncle...

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  • software . 2015
    Open Source
    Authors:
    Winter, Fiete; May, Tobias; Wierstorf, Hagen;
    Persistent Identifiers
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | TWO!EARS (618075)

    <p>Binaural Simulator module of the Two!Ears Auditory Model.<br /> It can be used as the ear signal generation stage of the Two!Ears Auditory Model or as a standalone application allowing you to create binaural signals for complex acoustic scenes.</p>

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