Probabilistic programming

@inproceedings{Gordon2014ProbabilisticP,
  title={Probabilistic programming},
  author={Andrew D. Gordon and Thomas A. Henzinger and Aditya V. Nori and Sriram K. Rajamani},
  booktitle={FOSE},
  year={2014}
}
Probabilistic programs are usual functional or imperative programs with two added constructs: (1) the ability to draw values at random from distributions, and (2) the ability to condition values of variables in a program via observations. Models from diverse application areas such as computer vision, coding theory, cryptographic protocols, biology and reliability analysis can be written as probabilistic programs. Probabilistic inference is the problem of computing an explicit representation… CONTINUE READING
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