Hopefuly this reply is not too late to be of use..
but I had a quitck look and found SNAP to be very extensive..
(from the simulation of biological models persective)
I would be guessing it also depends on if you want to
a. run artificial neural networks
b. simulate biological neural networks..
hope this helps..
SJM Guzman wrote:
> What about Genesis? Its a program developed under the terms of the GNU
> General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation
>> Have a look here :http://www.genesis-sim.org/GENESIS/>>> Regards
>> Segundo JM Guzmán
>>>> Milano Joel M CRBE wrote:
>>> Mr. Stein: I find myself in the same position as you when you wrote
>> this inquiry. I was wondering if you got any responses that you might
>> send my way? Thanks: Joel
>>>> Joel Milano
>> Senior Systems Engineer
>> David Taylor Research Center
>> Bethesda, Maryland
>>MilanoJM at nswccd.navy.mil <mailto:MilanoJM at nswccd.navy.mil>
>>>> I'm looking at a brochure for a commercial pkg called BrainMaker. Like
>> everything in this world that I REALLY want, it costs too much. Surely
>> there must be some fairly decent ShareWare, Public Domain programs which
>> do neural networks ... ?? Yes?? Please lemme know via e-mail. Thanx
>>>> Zev Stein