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PROGRAM:

NAME


eventcounter, eventgenerator, eventlogger, eventselect, eventsink, eventsource, viewevents
- utility applications which can be used together with other MUSIC-aware applications in
multi-simulations

SYNOPSIS


eventcounter [-tbmh ] n_units prefix [ suffix ]
eventgenerator [-tbfmih ] n_units
eventlogger [-tlbmih ]
eventselect [-th ] n_units units
eventsink [-tmih ] n_units prefix [ suffix ]
eventsource [-tbmih ] n_units prefix [ suffix ]
viewevents [-tshT ] configfile

DESCRIPTION


This manual page documents briefly a set of MUSIC-aware utility applications provided
together with MUSIC library.

eventcounter receives spikes through a MUSIC input port, counts all spikes for each index
and writes the frequencies to a set of files with names prefix rank suffix

eventgenerator generates spikes from a Poisson distribution.

eventlogger logs spikes from a MUSIC port.

eventselect receives events from an input port of width n_units and sends events for the
subset of id:s specified in the file units

eventsink receives spikes through a MUSIC input port and writes these to a set of files
with names prefix rank suffix

eventsource reads spikes from a set of files with names prefix rank suffix and propagates
these spikes through a MUSIC output port.

viewevents reads spikes from a MUSIC input port and displays them as a 3D graphical
representation.

OPTIONS


The utilities follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with
two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below.

-b ticks, --maxbuffered ticks
Specify maximal amount of data buffered.

-f freq, --frequency
Specify average frequency (default 10 Hz).

-h, --help
Show usage information.

-i, --indextype
Select global (default) or local indices. (Used for testing and benchmarking
purposes.)

-l latency, --acclatency latency
Specify acceptable data latency (s).

-m type, --imaptype type
Select linear (default) or roundrobin index map.

-s scaling, --scaletime scaling
Specify real time to simulated time scale factor (s). If omitted, the
visualization runs at full speed.

-t timestep, --timestep timestep
Specify time between tick() calls (default 0.01 s).

-T title, --title title
Specify window title.

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