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MUSIC(1)						      General Commands Manual							  MUSIC(1)

NAME
music - launch a multi-simulation using MUSIC SYNOPSIS
mpirun [mpirun-options] music [options] config music [options] config... DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the music utility. music is used to launch a multi-simulation, i.e., an MPI job partitioned between a set of parallel programs. Such programs need to be MUSIC-aware (see documentation for the MUSIC library). MUSIC also provides facilities for these programs to exchange data. The second form of the command above (without mpirun) can be used to print out an application rank map or version information. OPTIONS
The music utility follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below. For a complete description, see the MUSIC manual. -h, --help Show summary of options. -m, --map Print application rank map. -v, --version Show version of program. AUTHOR
MUSIC was written by Mikael Djurfeldt and Orjan Ekeberg for INCF. This manual page was written by Mikael Djurfeldt <mdj@debian.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). March 5, 2009 MUSIC(1)

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EVENTCOUNTER(1) 					      General Commands Manual						   EVENTCOUNTER(1)

NAME
eventcounter, eventgenerator, eventlogger, eventselect, eventsink, eventsource, viewevents - utility applications which can be used together with other MUSIC-aware applications in multi-simulations SYNOPSIS
eventcounter [-tbmh ] n_units prefix [ suffix ] eventgenerator [-tbfmih ] n_units eventlogger [-tlbmih ] eventselect [-th ] n_units units eventsink [-tmih ] n_units prefix [ suffix ] eventsource [-tbmih ] n_units prefix [ suffix ] viewevents [-tshT ] configfile DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly a set of MUSIC-aware utility applications provided together with MUSIC library. eventcounter receives spikes through a MUSIC input port, counts all spikes for each index and writes the frequencies to a set of files with names prefix rank suffix eventgenerator generates spikes from a Poisson distribution. eventlogger logs spikes from a MUSIC port. eventselect receives events from an input port of width n_units and sends events for the subset of id:s specified in the file units eventsink receives spikes through a MUSIC input port and writes these to a set of files with names prefix rank suffix eventsource reads spikes from a set of files with names prefix rank suffix and propagates these spikes through a MUSIC output port. viewevents reads spikes from a MUSIC input port and displays them as a 3D graphical representation. OPTIONS
The utilities follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below. -b ticks, --maxbuffered ticks Specify maximal amount of data buffered. -f freq, --frequency Specify average frequency (default 10 Hz). -h, --help Show usage information. -i, --indextype Select global (default) or local indices. (Used for testing and benchmarking purposes.) -l latency, --acclatency latency Specify acceptable data latency (s). -m type, --imaptype type Select linear (default) or roundrobin index map. -s scaling, --scaletime scaling Specify real time to simulated time scale factor (s). If omitted, the visualization runs at full speed. -t timestep, --timestep timestep Specify time between tick() calls (default 0.01 s). -T title, --title title Specify window title. SEE ALSO
music(1) AUTHOR
MUSIC was written by Mikael Djurfeldt and Orjan Ekeberg for INCF. viewevents was written by Johannes Hjorth for INCF. This manual page was written by Mikael Djurfeldt <mdj@debian.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). March 5, 2009 EVENTCOUNTER(1)

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