thank you for your support!
If I understand the connection topology correctly the distal compartment is connected to
the proximal compartment which in turn is connected to the soma (d->p->s.)
I am looking for a model with two separate dendritic compartments that are not
interconnected yet both connect directly to the soma: branch1->soma<- branch2.
Modelling the exact spatial relations, dimensions of compartments is not important to me.
Potentially NestML is an alternative here.
I have read the NestML language documentation but am not sure whether there are
limitations imposed on the model esp. the update block.
There is mainly three things I need:
1) topology (b1->s<-b2)
2)passing membrane voltages from branches to soma
3)multiplicative aggregation at soma
Soma is essentially only integrating membrane voltages from the compartments in a
multiplicative manner, ie. concurrent spike arrival at both compartments evoke
significantly higher depolarizations of the membrane potential at soma.
The soma then fires when a certain threshold is reached.
Can this be done with NestML?