Re: [cellml-discussion] Using CellML for simplified neuron models? (Alan Garny)

2009-06-04 Thread Dr. Hans Ekkehard Plesser
Hi Alan! [Apologies for breaking the thread, I had subscribed to the list in digest form.] Thank you for your example. Unfortunately, fixed time-stepping schemes where events (threshold crossings and membrane potential resets) can occur only on a fixed time grid are one of the big no-nos in

Re: [cellml-discussion] Using CellML for simplified neuron models? (Alan Garny)

2009-06-04 Thread Alan Garny
Hi Hans, I can see your point now and agree that the solution I offered is not suitable. In fact, I wasn't happy with the solution myself, but that was the best I could come up with with CellML in mind. So, yes, this means that events are not supported by CellML, unlike in SBML. Bottom line:

Re: [cellml-discussion] Using CellML for simplified neuron models? (Alan Garny)

2009-06-04 Thread Poul Nielsen
Dear Hans Thank you for raising this. It s, in fact, one of the issues discussed at the recent combined CellML SBGN-SBO BioPAX MIASE Workshop held this April on Waiheke Island. There is a clear need to be able to specify discontinuous processes and events, such as you have described.

[cellml-discussion] ABI CellML Meeting minutes 2009-06-03

2009-06-04 Thread Dougal Cowan
I have put the minutes from Wednesday's meeting up at: http://www.cellml.org/meeting_minutes/abi-cellml-meeting-minutes-2009-06-03 Dougal ___ cellml-discussion mailing list cellml-discussion@cellml.org

Re: [cellml-discussion] Using CellML for simplified neuron models? (Alan Garny)

2009-06-04 Thread Peter Hunter
Thanks Poul. -- Sent using BlackBerry - Original Message - From: cellml-discussion-boun...@cellml.org cellml-discussion-boun...@cellml.org To: CellML Discussion List cellml-discussion@cellml.org Sent: Fri Jun 05 09:22:23 2009 Subject: Re: [cellml-discussion]