I would like to train a LIF Neural Network using tensorflow and after doing some google search, I found out about NengoDL. I did some further research about Nengo and the Neural Engineering Framework, and I’m really confused.
I have modelled the LIF Neurons in a circuit simulator as well as in Brian2 neuromorphic library for python. Brian2 was too slow and not suited for training a large network, but it allows direct modelling of a LIF Neuron based on its electrical parameters: R,C, threshold, resting potential and refractory period. I checked the Nengo Documentation and I found that I cannot modify the threshold. Also, I can not individually change R and C. I can only change the product: tau = RC.
I have the following questions:
Is there any method for me to model the neurons knowing these electrical parameters?
If it is possible, how do I train the neural network afterwards?