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AI links and discussions of the day: Church programming language and Google's large scale machine learning system

08 Apr

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Church is a probabilistic programming language designed for expressive description of generative models (Goodman, Mansinghka, Roy, Bonawitz and Tenenbaum, 2008). Church is a derivative of the programming language Scheme with probabilistic semantics. This website serves as a portal to work related to Church, including a reference implementation and a repository of probabilistic models expressed in Church.

Related links:

http://projects.csail.mit.edu/church/wiki/Church

http://www.mit.edu/~ndg/

http://www.mit.edu/~ndg/papers/churchUAI08_rev2.pdf

A Grand Unified Theory of Artificial Intelligence

2. Official Google Research Blog: Lessons learned developing a practical large scale machine learning system

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Posted by on April 8, 2010 in CogSci, Lisp, Programlama

 

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