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|Title:||Parameter estimation for SLP with the Failure Adjusted Maximisation algorithm.|
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|Author:||Nicos Angelopoulos http://stoics.org.uk/~nicos|
|Maintainer:||Nicos Angelopoulos http://stoics.org.uk/~nicos|
|Packager:||Nicos Angelopoulos http://stoics.org.uk/~nicos|
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This software is distributed under the MIT licence.
These programs (Pepl) implement and demonstrate parameter estimation (PE) in SLPs, using the FAM algorithm. For more information on how to use these programs see, doc/user_guide.ps.gz. In doc/pfam.ps.gz are some reading notes on the implementation of the FAM algorithm.
You most likely already done that. Pe-pl is distributed as Prolog source code that can be run on the following Prolog systems:
Yap (tested on 6.3) http://www.dcc.fc.up.pt/~vsc/Yap Swi tested on 7.1.4. http://www.swi-prolog.org/
Older versions are known to run on:
SICStus (last tested on 3.10, Pepl sources are now well out of date) http://www.sics.se/isl/sicstus.html On Swi you can install with ?- pack_install( pepl ). On Yap simply download the latest sources from http://stoics.org.uk/~nicos/sware/pepl then gunzip and untar the downloaded file.
On SWI, start swipl, and
main. main_store. main_sample. main_exact. (alias for main)
On Yap, cd to the Pepl's examples directory start yap, and then
[main]. main. main_store. main_sample. main_exact. (alias for main)
See main_* files in examples/ for more examples and doc/ for documentation.
Nicos Angelopoulos, http://stoics.org.uk/~nicos
London, February 2017
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