Bayesian Surprise Toolkit for Matlab / News: Recent posts

Toolkit Beta 0.15 is now out.

The next beta version has been released. This is mostly a bug fix with a few added features.

Posted by Mundhenk 2008-06-11

Bayesian Surprise Toolkit for Matlab 0.11b Released

The next beta version has been released. This is mostly a bug fix with a few added features.

Posted by Mundhenk 2007-05-03

Surprise Toolkit Version 0.1b Released

This is the first beta version of the toolkit. It seems most of the bugs that I know of are out. This version also include a joint surprise using Dirichlet process.

Posted by Mundhenk 2007-05-02

Bayesian Surprise Toolkit for Matlab 0.06a Released

I have branched off some sub projects. Also, I think its pretty stable right now. Everything seems ok. Check it out.

Posted by Mundhenk 2007-03-28

Bayesian Surprise Toolkit for Matlab 0.05a Released

I moved the files around and now the package is also available in bz2 and gzip flavors. Linux is your friend :)

Posted by Mundhenk 2007-03-25

Bayesian Surprise Toolkit for Matlab 0.04a Released

Version 0.04a has been released. it seems to have many toys by now. Multivariate surprise has been added along with a joint surprise metric. We have also added a test-suite for developers.

Posted by Mundhenk 2007-03-25

surprise-mltk.0.03a Released

surprise-mltk.0.03a has been released. Its the first version with several stable surprise variants. The project is starting to get going so now there is also documentation to come with it. Check it.

Posted by Mundhenk 2007-03-21

First Web Site Done

The first revision of the web site is completed. I will hack at it some more tomorrow. It can be found at:
http://ilab.usc.edu/wiki/index.php/Surprise_Matlab_Toolkit

Posted by Mundhenk 2007-03-21

Well We're Setup

I got the Source Forge Set up and I'm going to get the SVN working. I need to create a final alpha package and start a web page. The official web page will be on the Wiki at iLab http://ilab.usc.edu/wiki/index.php/Surprise_Matlab_Toolkit.
We'll see how it goes.

Posted by Mundhenk 2007-03-18