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Sequential Decision Problems

This repository contains Idris code supporting the computation of Sequential Decision Problems (SDPs). The ongoing research is also documented in some research papers (see below).

2016-08-18: Note The development has moved to a new gitlab repo at PIK:

https://gitlab.pik-potsdam.de/botta/IdrisLibs


Some related Agda code is available in patrikja/SeqDecProb_Agda.

Idris source code

Research papers

2013: SDPs, dependently-typed solutions

Title: Sequential decision problems, dependently-typed solutions.

Authors: Nicola Botta, Cezar Ionescu, and Edwin Brady.

Paper: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1010/paper-06.pdf

Published in Proceedings of the Conferences on Intelligent Computer Mathematics (CICM 2013), "Programming Languages for Mechanized Mathematics Systems Workshop (PLMMS)", volume 1010 of CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 2013.

2014-2016: SDPs, dependent types and generic solutions (Accepted for LMCS 2016-10)

Title: Sequential decision problems, dependent types and generic solutions

  • 2014-08: Submitted for publication
  • 2015-06: Received referee reports
  • 2015-07: Resubmitted.
  • 2015-12: Received 2nd round of referee reports
  • 2016-02: Resubmitted.
  • 2016-07: Received 3rd round of referee reports ("Accept with minor revision")
  • 2016-08: Resubmitted.
  • 2016-10: Accepted for publication in LICS (as is). Available at arXiv.
  • 2017-03: Finally appeared in LMCS proper under DOI = 10.23638/LMCS-13(1:7)2017,

Authors: Nicola Botta, Patrik Jansson, Cezar Ionescu, David R. Christiansen, Edwin Brady

2015-2016: Contributions to a computational theory of policy advice and avoidability

Authors: Nicola Botta, Patrik Jansson, Cezar Ionescu

The work was partially supported by the GRACeFUL project (640954, from the call H2020-FETPROACT-2014) and by the CoeGSS project (676547, H2020-EINFRA-2015-1) in the context of Global Systems Science (GSS).