LASS: A Language for Stochastic Systems

@article{Barman1982LASSAL,
  title={LASS: A Language for Stochastic Systems},
  author={Mervyn Barman},
  journal={Comput. Lang.},
  year={1982},
  volume={7},
  pages={125-146}
}
A new problem oriented language for finding solutions to problems to probability theory is presented. A system is first described as a structure of probabilistic cause and effect relationships. The, questions concerning outcome probabilities are posed. The programming system then provides exact answers to such questions by applying discrete probability theory. 

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