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Damping

 
Damping, also called Attack/Decay or A/D, is a descriptive term for the attack and decay properties associated with a variety of values used within Netlab. Damping applies to these values for example:


Axon Level(AL) define how quickly a neuron's output responds to changes in its inputs.

OI_E/OI_I Define how quickly OI_E and OI_I error values track real-time changes in this neuron's OI_E and OI_I.

Chemical Influence (CI) Defines how quickly this neuron's CI error values track real-time changes in afferent CI values





 

 
 


































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