Modifying Global Coupling (G) in Reduced Wong-Wang model with excitation and inhibtion

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Justin Wang

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Dec 29, 2023, 2:51:58 AM12/29/23
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Hello,


Happy holidays!


There is an option to configure G, global coupling, in the model attributes - e.g. model=DecoBalancedExcInh(G=3.8)
There is also the option to configure G when setting up the Simulator coupling - e.g. coupling=coupling.Linear(a=numpy.array([3.8]))

Before I start digging through the code/testing various configurations, would anyone happen to know off the top of their heads how these G settings interact? Does one override the other or do they combine (multiplicatively?).


Thank you very much!
Justin

WOODMAN Michael

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Jan 8, 2024, 4:49:14 AMJan 8
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hi


They combine multiplicatively; set one to 1.0 and tune the other.  Both are available for flexibility.


cheers,

Marmaduke


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