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Re: [Cleveland-AI-ML-support-group] Lush: Lisp Universal SHell

From: Timmy W.
Sent on: Monday, November 14, 2011 3:53 PM
> Here is a question for the group: A Neural Network and a
> Bayes Network look very similar drawn on paper, are they
> similar enough to be called the same thing at the data
> structure level? I'm thinking that maybe it could be said that
> a Neural Network could be used to build itself into a model
> of a Bayes Network for given problem.

Statistical (bayesian) modeling vs neural network (connectionist)
modeling is an interesting/hot question/debate:

the bayesian side --
http://dsiacm.fil...­

the connectionist side --
http://www-psych....­





On Wed, Nov 9, 2011 at 5:51 PM, Joe <[address removed]> wrote:
>
>  Thanks Timmy, Lush is really cool. With emacs one could use both Lush and Octave at the same time in 2 different windows, and have elisp code that communicates between them. Maybe that could be done with Python in an emacs shell also. I just found this:
> https://launchpad....­
>
>  I notice that one of Lush's creators is a 'deep learning' guy. He mentions that Lush is used for 'Convolution Neural Networks', and a paper of his from 98 on that topic explains a bunch of important points about the use of Neural Networks in the real world, from a helpful historical perspective:
> http://yann.lecun...­
>
>  Here is a question for the group: A Neural Network and a Bayes Network look very similar drawn on paper, are they similar enough to be called the same thing at the data structure level? I'm thinking that maybe it could be said that a Neural Network could be used to build itself into a model of a Bayes Network for given problem.
>
> Joe
>
>
> --- On Wed, 11/9/11, Timmy Wilson <[address removed]> wrote:
>
> From: Timmy Wilson <[address removed]>
> Subject: [Cleveland-AI-ML-sup­port-group] Lush: Lisp Universal SHell
> To: [address removed]
> Date: Wednesday, November 9, 2011, 3:51 PM
>
> Thought you would like this Joe!
>
> http://lush.sourc...­
>
> Lush is an object-oriented programming language designed for
> researchers, experimenters, and engineers interested in large-scale
> numerical and graphic applications.
>
> If you do research and development in signal processing, image
> processing, machine learning, computer vision, bio-informatics, data
> mining, statistics, simulation, optimization, or artificial
> intelligence, and feel limited by Matlab and other existing tools,
> Lush is for you. If you want a simple environment to experiment with
> graphics, video, and sounds, Lush is for you.
>
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