IBAL: A Probabilistic Rational Programming Language

In a rational programming language, a program specifies a situation faced by an agent; evaluating the program amounts to computing what a rational agent would believe or do in the situation. This paper presents IBAL, a rational programming language for probabilistic and decision-theoretic agents. IBAL provides a rich declarative language for describing… CONTINUE READING

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