Anglican is a probabilistic programming language, or better yet, a concept, living in symbiosis with Clojure. Anglican stands for Church of England (because we are here in Oxford). To create your Turing-complete probabilistic models, clone anglican-user and hack away. Or, look at cool examples.
May 6, 2015
Found my own slides from a talk I gave a year ago, about rational meta-reasoning. Do they seem interesting to me because I have degraded during this year?
December 10, 2014
November 19, 2014
We introduce a new algorithm for multi-agent path finding, derived from the idea of meta-agent conflict-based search (MA-CBS). (more…)
October 2, 2014
October 8, 2013
My dissertation “Rational Metareasoning in Problem-Solving Search”.
August 22, 2012
July 24, 2012
May 30, 2011
I am having the pleasure of preparing a poster for IJCAI 2011, for the first time in my life. Both the IJCAI and a poster. Fiddling with PowerPoint or Illustrator is painful. Beautiful slides can be prepared with S5 using HTML and CSS; a poster in HTML and CSS is also worth a try.
I am less fearful of preparing conference posters now.
April 5, 2011
Modern scientific digital typography got stuck in a local maximum. LATEX — an archaic idiosyncratical tool — does everything wrong, even hyphenation and paragraph formatting. But this wrongdoing is so polished that cannot be improved. There will be no better LATEX until the ugly fashion for frozen fossils of scientific mind will pass away, and there will be no LATEX at all.