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======= pyGP_PR ======= Authors ======= * Marion Neumann [marion dot neumann at uni-bonn dot de] * Daniel Marthaler [marthaler at ge dot com] * Shan Huang [shan dot huang at iais dot fraunhofer dot de] * Kristian Kersting [kristian dot kersting at cs dot tu-dortmund dot de] This file is part of pyGP_PR. The software package is released under the BSD 2-Clause (FreeBSD) License. Copyright (c) by Marion Neumann, Daniel Marthaler, Shan Huang & Kristian Kersting, 30/09/2013 pyGP_PR is a library containing python code for Gaussian Process (GP) Regression and Classification. pyGP_PR is a procedural implementation of Gaussian Processes. For a list of implemented covariance, mean, likelihood, and inference functions see list_of_functions.txt. pyGP_PR follows the structure and (a subset of) functionalities of the gpml matlab implementaion by Carl Edward Rasmussen and Hannes Nickisch (Copyright (c) by Carl Edward Rasmussen and Hannes Nickisch, 2013-01-21). This is a stable release. If you observe problems or bugs, please let us know. NOTE: This implementation will be maintained as to bug fixes and corrections of problems in the execution of current functionality. Future extensions will be desigend for the pyGP_OO version only (https://github.com/marionmari/pyGP_OO) which is an object-oriented implementation of GP functionality. Further, it includes implementations of - minimize.py implemented in python by Roland Memisevic 2008, following minimize.m (Copyright (c) Carl Edward Rasmussen (1999-2006)) - scg.py (Copyright (c) Ian T Nabney (1996-2001)) - brentmin.py (Copyright (c) Hannes Nickisch 2010-01-10) - Mauna Loa CO2 data (Copyright (c) Pieter Tans, Aug 2012) - FITC functionality (following matlab implementations under Copyright (c) by Ed Snelson, Carl Edward Rasmussen and Hannes Nickisch, 2011-11-02) installing pyGP_PR ------------------ Download the archive and extract it to any local directory. Add the local directory to your PYTHONPATH: export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:/path/to/local/directory/../pyGP_PR/src/ requirements ------------ - python 2.6 or 2.7 - scipy, numpy, and matplotlib: open-source packages for scientific computing using the Python programming language. acknowledgements ------------------ The following persons helped to improve this software: Roman Garnett, Maciej Kurek, Hannes Nickisch, and Zhao Xu.