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Developer(s) University of Granada
Type Neural network
License GNU GPL 3
Website https://code.google.com/p/edlut/

EDLUT (Event-Driven LookUp Table) is a computer application for simulating networks of spiking neurons. It was developed in the University of Granada and source code was released under GNU GPL version 3.

EDLUT uses event-driven simulation scheme and lookup tables to efficiently simulate medium or large spiking neural networks.[1] This allows this application to simulate detailed biological neuron models[2][3] and to interface with experimental setups (such as a robotic arm [4][5]) in real time.


  1. ^ Ros, E. Carrillo, R, Ortigosa, E. M., Barbour, B, Agís, R. "Event-Driven Simulation Scheme for Spiking Neural Networks Using Lookup Tables to Characterize Neuronal Dynamics"Neural Computation 18: 2959–2993 (2006)
  2. ^ Ros, E., Carrillo, R. R., Barbour, B., Boucheny, C., Coenen., O. "Event-driven simulation of neural population synchronization facilitated by electrical coupling"IPCAT'2005: Sixth International Workshop on Information Processing in Cell and Tissues: 290–303, York, UK. August 30-September 1, 2005
  3. ^ Carrillo, R.R., Ros, E., Tolu, S., Nieus, T., D'Angelo, E. "Event-driven simulation of cerebellar granule cells" 7th International workshop on information processing in cell and tissues (IPCAT'2007) 29–31 August 2007, Oxford, UK
  4. ^ Boucheny, C. Carrillo, R., Ros, E., Coenen, O. J.-M. "Real-Time Spiking Neural Network: An Adaptive Cerebellar Model" 8th International Work Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (IWANN 2005) 136–144. Vilanova I la Geltrú, Barcelona, Spain, June 8–10, 2005. (ISBN 978-3-540-26208-4).