ghmm-0.9-rc1.tar.gz

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HMM model to learn about various algos like vitribri fwd backward etc and their implementation too
ghmm-0.9-rc1.tar.gz
  • ghmm-0.9-rc1
  • tests
  • data
  • test100.sqd
    11.7KB
  • test.smo
    354B
  • Makefile.in
    17.1KB
  • viterbi.sh
    131B
  • test10.sqd
    1.3KB
  • Makefile.am
    1.8KB
  • coin_toss_test.c
    5.4KB
  • chmm_test.c
    6.5KB
  • test_gsl_ran_gaussian_tail.c
    1.2KB
  • read_fa.c
    2.5KB
  • Makefile.in
    29KB
  • shmm_viterbi_test.c
    2.5KB
  • libxml-test.c
    991B
  • root_finder_test.c
    1.4KB
  • chmm.c
    4.2KB
  • two_states_three_symbols.c
    4.4KB
  • sequences_test.c
    2.4KB
  • Makefile.am
    2.7KB
  • randvar_test.c
    1.3KB
  • label_higher_order_test.c
    6.3KB
  • sequences_old_format.c
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  • ghmm
  • cluster.h
    4.1KB
  • sequence.h
    15KB
  • matrix.h
    4KB
  • matrixop.c
    7.3KB
  • smixturehmm.h
    3KB
  • mprintf.c
    18.6KB
  • smodel.h
    18.6KB
  • sequence.c
    49.1KB
  • sreestimate.c
    30.1KB
  • pmodel.h
    7.9KB
  • sgenerate.c
    17.3KB
  • root_finder.c
    5.4KB
  • ghmm.h
    6KB
  • gradescent.h
    2.4KB
  • randvar.c
    32.4KB
  • pviterbi_propagate.c
    36.6KB
  • ghmm_internals.h
    6.9KB
  • xmlreader.c
    44.6KB
  • pviterbi.c
    30.7KB
  • mt19937ar.c
    5.9KB
  • vector.h
    3.5KB
  • scanner.h
    5.4KB
  • sviterbi.c
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  • matrixop.h
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  • sfoba.h
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  • smap_classify.c
    9.7KB
  • psequence.c
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  • discrime.c
    38.2KB
  • scanner.c
    29.4KB
  • sreestimate.h
    3.2KB
  • linkedlist.c
    3.5KB
  • matrix.c
    21.3KB
  • sviterbi.h
    2.5KB
  • gauss_tail.c
    4.2KB
  • xmlwriter.h
    1.9KB
  • Makefile.in
    29.6KB
  • kbest.h
    2.4KB
  • sdfoba.c
    12.4KB
  • foba.h
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  • foba.c
    30.6KB
  • scluster.c
    29.2KB
  • sdviterbi.c
    14.2KB
  • obsolete.h
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  • sdmodel.c
    29.4KB
  • vector.c
    6.3KB
  • xmlwriter.c
    37.7KB
  • rng.h
    3.4KB
  • pviterbi_propagate.h
    2.3KB
  • pviterbi.h
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  • rng.c
    3.4KB
  • randvar.h
    9.6KB
  • sdmodel.h
    12.5KB
  • cluster.c
    10.5KB
  • model.h
    21.9KB
  • viterbi.c
    11.2KB
  • ghmm_internals.c
    4.2KB
  • smap_classify.h
    3.3KB
  • smixturehmm.c
    23.2KB
  • modelutil.c
    7.9KB
  • xmlreader.h
    2.2KB
  • smodel.c
    63.5KB
  • kbest.c
    19.6KB
  • scluster.h
    6.4KB
  • discrime.h
    2.9KB
  • sfoba.c
    12.3KB
  • mes.c
    29.8KB
  • unsupported.h
    4.6KB
  • mprintf.h
    3.9KB
  • sgenerate.h
    4KB
  • ghmmconfig.h
    2.1KB
  • Makefile.am
    5.9KB
  • ghmmconfig.h.in
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  • reestimate.h
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  • sdfoba.h
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  • pmodel.c
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