SingleEquation class

(Shortest import: from brian2.equations.equations import SingleEquation)

class brian2.equations.equations.SingleEquation(type, varname, unit, var_type='float', expr=None, flags=None)[source]

Bases: object

Class for internal use, encapsulates a single equation or parameter.

Note

This class should never be used directly, it is only useful as part of the Equations class.

Parameters:

type : {PARAMETER, DIFFERENTIAL_EQUATION, SUBEXPRESSION}

The type of the equation.

varname : str

The variable that is defined by this equation.

unit : Unit

The unit of the variable

var_type : {FLOAT, BOOLEAN}

The type of the variable (floating point value or boolean).

expr : Expression, optional

The expression defining the variable (or None for parameters).

flags: list of str, optional :

A list of flags that give additional information about this equation. What flags are possible depends on the type of the equation and the context.

Attributes

identifiers All identifiers in the RHS of this equation.
stochastic_variables Stochastic variables in the RHS of this equation

Details

identifiers

All identifiers in the RHS of this equation.

stochastic_variables

Stochastic variables in the RHS of this equation