SpiNet is a simulation tool for large and heterogeneous spiking networks. Neurons are modelled as integrate-and-fire units with dual exponential synaptic conductances. Complex network models can be easily built using the included tool NetBuilder.
A keyed instrument of music resembling a harpsichord, but smaller, with one string of brass or steel wire to each note, sounded by means of leather or quill plectrums or jacks. It was formerly much used.
small and compactly built upright piano
early model harpsichord with only one string per note
a small strung instrument which uses quills to pluck the strings
A vertical or upright piano, 36" or 37" in height.
A spinet is a smaller type of harpsichord or other keyboard instruments, such as a piano or organ. In the wider modern usage, a spinet is a cheaper and more compact version of the full-size original, i.e., generally, a small upright piano or, less commonly, an organ, used primarily in the home.