Project details for libstb

Logo libstb 1.5

by wbuntine - January 4, 2013, 02:00:06 CET [ Project Homepage BibTeX Download ]

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Description:

This source directory contains library routines that provide alternative ways of computing generalised second order Stirling numbers used in working with Pitman-Yor and Dirichlet processes (PYP and DP). Included is library routines for posterior sampling on the discount and concentration parameters of the PYP/DP, and some simple demo scripts.

System used for Pitman-Yor processing with topic models, to allow easy scaling to gigabytes of text. Tested on a few versions on Ubuntu Linux and MacOSX. Requires the GSL (GNU Scientific Library) for polygamma functions.

Matching paper with some of the theory at http://arxiv.org/abs/1007.0296

Changes to previous version:

Bug fix for samplea() using getval(). Change to samplea() interface allowing mixed dimensions.

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URL: Project Homepage
Supported Operating Systems: Linux, Mac Os X
Data Formats: Agnostic
Tags: Library, Pitman Yor Process, Stirling Number
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Version Changelog Date
1.8

Moved repository to GitHub, and added thread support to use the main table lookups in multi-threaded code.

April 24, 2014, 09:02:17
1.7

This version, in its default form, doesn't need any other libraries, no GSL. Done to make installation on non-Linux boxes easier.

November 8, 2013, 22:48:40
1.6

New call S_UV() allows faster computation for indicator sampling ala Chen, Du and Buntine ECML-PKDD 2011. Tagging of individual tables when multiple discounts are used in the one model.

September 23, 2013, 05:36:08
1.5

Bug fix for samplea() using getval(). Change to samplea() interface allowing mixed dimensions.

January 4, 2013, 02:00:06
1.4

Replaces "libstb 1.0" release with complete rebuild.

September 28, 2012, 13:41:40

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