synaptic | architecture-free neural network library for node.js | Runtime Evironment library

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kandi X-RAY | synaptic Summary

synaptic is a JavaScript library typically used in Server, Runtime Evironment, Nodejs applications. synaptic has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has medium support. However synaptic has a Non-SPDX License. You can install using 'npm i synaptic' or download it from GitHub, npm.

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              synaptic has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 6888 star(s) with 695 fork(s). There are 285 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 155 open issues and 121 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 297 days. There are 7 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of synaptic is 1.1.4

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              synaptic has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
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            kandi has reviewed synaptic and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into synaptic implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.
            • Constructs a LPTM .
            • Constructor of a pool
            • Construct a new Layer Connection
            • Constructs a new Instance .
            • Generates a random sample
            • Constructor for Neuron .
            • Find a new module .
            • Constructs a hop .
            • Represents a layer .
            • Constructs a new Connection .
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            How do I create multiple common FPGA structures in kristen?
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            ./configure doesn't find Qt5Core, QT5GUI, QT5Widgets
            Asked 2022-Mar-18 at 12:09

            I've recently replaced Win10 by Linux Debian 11.2 on my PC (hence I'm a newbee in Linux). Now, not all programs are available as deb-Files. I tried to compile source code - here a synthesizer ams-2.2.0 - from a tar.gz files (after unzipping into a separate folder) with steps (as written in the INSTALL.TXT to this source, and obviously usual)



            Answered 2022-Mar-18 at 12:09

            You need to install libqtcore and libqtwidgets with development headers, they are in qtbase5-dev package.



            Trouble installing ROS Melodic Ubuntu 21.10
            Asked 2021-Dec-12 at 22:41

            I am trying to install ROS Melodic using the instructions on and stumbled upon some problems.

            System software information:

            Operating System: Kubuntu 21.10

            KDE Plasma Version: 5.22.5

            KDE Frameworks Version: 5.86.0

            Qt Version: 5.15.2

            Kernel Version: 5.13.0-19-generic (64-bit)

            Graphics Platform: X11


            I have first followed steps from and later followed the steps from , both with unsuccessful results.

            When running sudo apt update I am getting:



            Answered 2021-Dec-12 at 22:41

            You're getting this error because Melodic is the ros distro for Ubuntu 18.04. As of present the most recent release is Noetic which targets 20.04. The version of Ubuntu you're using does not currently have a supported ROS release, as such your only real option is to downgrade if you want ROS.



            How can you control Kristen FPGA from implementing excess registers?
            Asked 2021-Sep-27 at 10:13

            I am using Kristen to generate a Verilog FPGA host interface for a neuromorphic processor. I have implemented the basic host as follows,



            Answered 2021-Sep-27 at 07:31

            If I understand correctly, each NMP instance has a been coded with a internal register to store data and the configuration you have shown will result in kristen creating Verilog with registers as well. Effectivley there is a double buffered storage occuring.

            Because of this, the number of registers are effectively doubled beyond what they need to be. One way of dealing with this situation described is to use another RAM interface of 32 bits wide. I do note that your config calls for 9 x 32 bits words which is a odd size for memory. There will be some wasted adddress space. Kristen will create a RAM's on binary boundaries so, you can get a 16x32bit memory region that you can overlay on that interface. And then a second RAM just like you have already for the learn memory.



            How to visualize clusters overlaying a circle plot in R?
            Asked 2021-Mar-31 at 20:59

            I have a plot I make using a website called Revigo that provides an R script (included below) to create a plot like this:

            I'm looking to see if it's possible to perform and visualize a clustering on top of these points in the same graph? Since this plot looks like one big circle I'm trying to see if there are any smaller groupings within it that I can highlight. I have a biology background so I'm not sure where to start with trying to get this visualization in the same plot. I have explored using hclust() but I don't know the steps to bring clusters to be shown on top of this graph.

            The code and data that gives the plot above is:



            Answered 2021-Mar-27 at 23:16

            A way to group them is using different shape.



            Plot table next to plot and below legend in ggplot2
            Asked 2021-Mar-26 at 09:56

            I have this data frame and table:



            Answered 2021-Mar-26 at 09:06

            Extract the legend as grob, then use layout matrix, see example:



            How to set position of select text in ggplot?
            Asked 2021-Feb-12 at 16:08

            I have a plot I create from a script provided by a webtool called REVIGO. It gives plots of biological terms and how they overlap with each other, however the text is overlapping in some parts so they are not readable. Is there a way to change the positioning of text in ggplot for some cases, and not move the plot the text is associated with?

            For example, my plot looks like:

            The text in a couple places is overlapping and I want to move the text to be readable without moving the circles themselves.

            The code I used to make this plot (which also provides the input data) is:



            Answered 2021-Feb-12 at 15:43

            Your code is a bit messy. I found a solution with ggrepel, but I do not know if it is the expected figure.




            Trying to update Python 3.9 giving errors
            Asked 2020-Dec-23 at 01:29

            What I've done:



            Answered 2020-Dec-23 at 01:29


            VSCodium (VSCode) doesn't start debugging PHP (PHP Debug + Xdebug, Linux)
            Asked 2020-Dec-22 at 09:32

            Debug with PHP Debug, Xdebug and VSCodium.


            VSCode doesn't start debugging. When I click Start Debugging the blue line under the debugging control buttons appears and moves for a few seconds and then the control buttons disappear. Same when I press the green "Run" button

            Also on the left side, where "variables", "watch" and "stack" are shown nothing appears.

            I have no experience with the VSCodium debugging options. I used a couple of tutorials (1, 2, 3, videos and tried certainly the proposal from the VSCode PHP Debug extension site (which I use). I'm using Codium (VSCode without MS) on a Linux Mint 20 machine. PHP 7.4 and Xdebug are installed via Linux Synaptic Package Manager. Of course the Xdebug helper in Firefox is enabled, breakpoints are set and I tried it in different projects. I tried a few things in the php.ini. That's how it looks at the moment:



            Answered 2020-Dec-22 at 09:32

            Finally found the solution. Its a Codium specific bug. At VSCode it works. Found the solution here:

            1. make sure you don't have PHP Debug extension installed;

            2. go to and download vsix file using "Resources" → "Download Extension";

            3. in VSCodium go to "Extensions" sidebar and then click three dots icon near to "Extensions" title;

            4. choose "Install from VSIX…" and select downloaded file.

            @LazyOne thanks for your help again :)


            If you are updated to Xdebug 3.* you have to modify the xdebug section in the php.ini:

            Add this:



            Installing ROS Melodic Offline
            Asked 2020-Dec-03 at 08:31

            I have two Ubuntu 18.04 machines one have access to the internet and has ROS Melodic installed with some packages and dependencies, the other, however, doesn't have access to the internet, now my question is how to pack my ROS Melodic (on the online machine) using snapcraft, synaptic or whatever and make it available offline for the second Ubuntu machine?



            Answered 2020-Dec-03 at 08:31

            Done by downloading the Debian (.deb) file of Synaptic Package Manager and its dependencies in the online machine, send them to the offline one install them and set it up to accept packages from, open Synaptic Package Manager and mark (by hand) every package you want to install (by clicking on origin and select bionic/main (, right click on the package and select "mark for installation"), after done marking, from file click on generate package download script you'll get a .sh file.

            now take that .sh file to the online machine, create a new folder place that .sh file in the folder (so you'll not end up in mess like I did) and run the .sh, when it's done you'll have all the .deb files of the packages you marked, send those .deb files to the offline machine, open a terminal in the folder that contains the .deb files and install them by typing sudo apt install ./*

            and you're done!



            How do I create multiple common FPGA structures in kristen?
            Asked 2020-Apr-12 at 05:46

            I am trying to use Kristen to generate FPGA host verilog and a C++ source software to access the FPGA host. The problem is that I have a several chunks of common registers for controlling several neurotrophic processor instances (which are parametrizable) and I don't want to just make copies of the XML definition. Is there a way to make a section of the definition file replicate? Is there a way to feed it a parameter to make it replicate? So if I increase the NMP instance, I get more instances of the SW host?

            Specifically, I want to replicate the nmp register per NMP instance. But I only want one copy of the version, DDR and core registers.

            What I don't want to do is make 1000 copies of those lines and give them individual names.



            Answered 2020-Apr-12 at 05:46

            So you probably need to break this up a little differently. Not totally knowing HOW you want this organized, I would suggest making two seperate modules. One of the modules is your single instance with your device and core stuff, and the second module is your nmp stuff and is replicated X number of times.
            There is no way to feed a define or parameter to the XML to control the replication externally, but you can place a fixed number inside of the XML that will cause replication. There are some tradeoff's here. I think one way is more expensive than the other but you can try it out and see what happens.

            I break it into two modules below and add a "duplicate" attribute. I think this will litterally create 1000 modules in verilog and will assign them names like nmp1, nmp2... nmp1000. I think this is very simple to do, but it will cost you lots of microprocessor interface logic.


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