# SynapticPathway class¶

(Shortest import: from brian2.synapses.synapses import SynapticPathway)

class brian2.synapses.synapses.SynapticPathway(synapses, code, prepost, objname=None, delay=None, event='spike')[source]

The CodeRunner that applies the pre/post statement(s) to the state variables of synapses where the pre-/postsynaptic group spiked in this time step.

Parameters: synapses : Synapses Reference to the main Synapses object prepost : {‘pre’, ‘post’} Whether this object should react to pre- or postsynaptic spikes objname : str, optional The name to use for the object, will be appendend to the name of synapses to create a name in the sense of Nameable. If None is provided (the default), prepost will be used. delay : Quantity, optional A scalar delay (same delay for all synapses) for this pathway. If not given, delays are expected to vary between synapses.

Attributes

 _initialise_queue_codeobj The CodeObject initalising the SpikeQueue at the begin of a run queue The SpikeQueue

Methods

 before_run(**kwds) check_variable_write(variable) Function that can be overwritten to raise an error if writing to a variable should not be allowed. initialise_queue() push_spikes() update_abstract_code(**kwds)

Details

_initialise_queue_codeobj

The CodeObject initalising the SpikeQueue at the begin of a run

queue

The SpikeQueue

before_run(**kwds)
check_variable_write(variable)[source]

Function that can be overwritten to raise an error if writing to a variable should not be allowed. Note that this does not deal with incorrect writes that are general to all kind of variables (incorrect units, writing to a read-only variable, etc.). This function is only used for type-specific rules, e.g. for raising an error in Synapses when writing to a synaptic variable before any connect call.

By default this function does nothing.

Parameters: variable : Variable The variable that the user attempts to set.
initialise_queue()[source]
push_spikes()[source]
update_abstract_code(**kwds)