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An Introduction to Probabilistic Programming

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An Introduction to Probabilistic Programming
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Publisher: arXiv.org
Number of pages: 218

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This document is designed to be a first-year graduate-level introduction to probabilistic programming. It not only provides a thorough background for anyone wishing to use a probabilistic programming system, but also introduces the techniques needed to design and build these systems. It is aimed at people who have an undergraduate-level understanding of either or, ideally, both probabilistic machine learning and programming languages.

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