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Add example script for structural plasticity #753

merged 3 commits into from Aug 11, 2017


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@jakobj jakobj commented Jun 14, 2017

Since I've just translated a benchmark script for structural plasticity from PyNEST to sli, I thought it would make sense to integrate this into the codebase to make it available to everyone. The idea is to provide a script that allows for reasonable benchmarking of structural plasticity performance, similar as the hpc_benchmark.sli does for standard plasticity.

I would like to hear @sdiazpier opinion on whether this translation looks reasonable and @mschmidt87 sli-benchmark-experienced opinion on whether I messed something up that would cause a significant slowdown. Maybe @suku248 or @heplesser could also have a look regarding best practices of SLI use.

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@sdiazpier sdiazpier commented Jul 24, 2017

Hi dear @jakobj, great job! As far as I can see, all the elements regarding structural plasticity are ok and the translation looks reasonable. 👍

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The benchmark is a translation of the pynest example which considers most of the relevant effects of the implementation of structural plasticity in NEST.

@heplesser heplesser requested a review from suku248 Jul 31, 2017
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Thanks @jakobj ! I don't find any obvious errors.

@heplesser heplesser merged commit 7d6a0bf into nest:master Aug 11, 2017
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