[plt-scheme] AI Algorithms in PLT-Scheme

From: Noel Welsh (noelwelsh at gmail.com)
Date: Thu Feb 5 10:56:38 EST 2009

I don't know of much released AI code.  There is the Science
collection on Planet (http://planet.plt-scheme.org) on which said code
can be built (assuming you tend more towards statistical AI / machine
learning than symbolic AI). There are several AI researchers on this
list (including myself) who have code that might be useful to you,
though I expect much of it is too advanced and too hastily written to
be appropriate for the classroom.

I have code for the following:

 - beta process
 - Dirichlet process
 - variational HMM
 - generic POMDP
 - basic HMM stuff (forward-backward alg. etc.)

That's in rough order of when I last touched it, and hence how easy it
would be to get running in recent PLT Scheme.


On Wed, Feb 4, 2009 at 11:00 PM, Michael H. Coen <mhcoen at gmail.com> wrote:
> Howdy folks,
> I'm teaching the Introduction to AI course at UW-Madison this term.

> I'm a bit surprised there isn't an AI code repository.  Perhaps I'm not finding it?

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