NeuroML: Standards and Tools for Multiscale Model Specification and Exchange NeuroML: Standards and Tools for Multiscale Model Specification and Exchange Building working models of neurons and neural circuits is one of the best ways of furthering our understanding of how the nervous system works and what goes wrong following neural trauma or disease. The investigators propose to continue the development of a markup language specification for computational neuroscience, NeuroML, which will serve as a common data format for many applications including those necessary for simulating models. They will also continue their development of tools for validation of NeuroML documents, for document exchange, for import/export of model specifications in NeuroML, and for conversion of submitted NeuroML document files into simulator scripts or HTML format.
|Effective start/end date||7/1/09 → 5/31/14|
- HHS: National Institutes of Health (NIH): $891,309.00
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