Bayesian PCA

This blog has been migrated from community.research.microsoft.com Original date of blog: February 3, 2009 Original blog author: John Guiver NOTE: This example and the corresponding code are now directly available in the Infer.NET release. It’s been a couple of months now since we’ve released Infer.NET to the outside world, and a blog is overdue. I…

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New features in Infer.NET 2.4: the softmax factor

This blog has been migrated from community.research.microsoft.com Original date of blog: November 24, 2010 Original blog author: David Knowles The new release of Infer.NET supports a number of new factors you may find useful when designing your models. Some of these features have been well tested, while others are still experimental and should be used with…

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The separation of model and inference

This blog has been migrated from community.research.microsoft.com Original date of blog: November 18, 2010 Original blog author: John Guiver This is the second in a series of blogs about the Infer.NET 2.4 Beta 1 release, and highlights the benefits of an important design principle of Infer.NET – the separation of model and inference. The Infer.NET…

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Performance improvements in Infer.NET 2.4

This blog has been migrated from community.research.microsoft.com Original date of blog: November 8, 2010 Original blog author: John Winn Hello Infernauts!! Now that version 2.4 of Infer.NET is released, we’re planning a series of blog posts to describe the new features and capabilities that we’ve added over the last 12 months.    The main focus of…

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Calibrating reviews of conference submissions

This post has been migrated from community.research.microsoft.com. Original date of blog: February 1, 2010 Original blog author: John Guiver In this post, we’re going to look at how to use Infer.NET to streamline the conference reviewing process. The process in a typical computer science conference involves each submission being reviewed by several reviewers of differing…

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