[B/D] for Windows
To run [B/D] for Windows, you need a PC running Microsoft Windows and capable of running 16bit Windows applications.
This version, which is freely available to the academic community, is limited to the construction of beliefs over 100 random quantities, and to the adjustment of up to 100 random quantities by up to 100 others. Informally, by adjustment we mean the complete process of belief analysis and revision implied by the Bayes linear methodology.
This version was prepared some years ago, but remains up-to-date. We hope in time to replace this standalone program with an R library.
Various other versions of the package are available. Upgrades will be made available periodically. Refer to Upgrade notes and bugs reported for details.
To obtain the software, click on one of the following. Versions are supplied for machines with and without a co-processor, and with and without postscript documentation.
· [B/D] V:8.36 with postscript documentation (1222k)
· [B/D] V:8.36 (440k)
Download the file to your PC, put it in an appropriately named directory, and then execute it. It will unpack itself into a few files, one of which is called readme.doc, which contains general information about downloading and extracting the software, and copyright statements. You must read and follow the instructions in this file.
The last two files above do not contain documentation. For this, go to the [B/D] documentation page, which allows the downloading of documentation in a variety of formats.