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C# / Run-time error 429: Active X component can't create object
« on: October 10, 2017, 10:57:09  »

I saw a same topic in active X discussion however it doesn't relate to the issue I have apparently (sorry I am not a VBA expert).
I have Hugin Developer 8.3 (x64) installed, I developed API with C and this is working perfectly fine. Now I tried to develop some simple codes with COM and got the error message in subject (see also enclosed attachment). The code seems OK according to COM documentation available online. I added the HuginCOM-8_3-2_0-x64 library to the Microsoft visual basic references. I am pretty sure this is an issue with the VBA but don't know how to fix it. Could you please help?
Can this be linked to the version of Microsoft visual studio I have installed? (I have version 8 perhaps not in x64)
Thanks a lot

C / Re: structure learning
« on: September 13, 2016, 15:37:11  »
Thanks this is exactly what I was missing. I am able to do it now  :D

C / structure learning
« on: August 26, 2016, 10:36:05  »

I am trying to code in C a way load cases and perform structure and EM learning to build a domain from scratch. While I could code the EM learning part for an existing domain, the structure learning part from a dataset is more tricky.
From my reading of the API manual this si the sequence I could understand and I wanted to use:
h_domain_new_node (for all nodes of the domain)
h_domain_parse_case /*here it is bugging, is there anything else that is required before we are able to parse cases and store in the domain?*/
h_domain_learn_structure  (h_domain_set_log_file known how the PC algorithm worked + facultative h_constraint_...)
h_node_get_experience_table (for all nodes of the domain)     

Could you please confirm if this would be the right sequence of codes to use?
I am not very advanced yet and still need to improve my error handler however with a very simple one I get the following error message when trying to parse the cases to the domain "An error occurred during parsing.  If a parse error handling function was specified, it will have been called with a description of the error and its location in the source." so I known it didn't work and didn't parse the cases, any idea why? is there anything else required I forgot (code below)?
The easier would be if you could share an example of building a domain from scratch with parsing cases and structure learning (there were some examples received from installation of the software but none on this topic). Could you please share this example or something close to it?  Thanks a lot in advance

(defparameter null-pointer (cffi:null-pointer))
(defparameter pointer (cffi:inc-pointer null-pointer 1))

(defparameter domain (h_new_domain))
(defparameter newnode (h_domain_new_node domain :h_category_chance :h_kind_discrete))
(h_node_set_name newnode "E")
(h_node_get_name newnode)

(defparameter newnode1 (h_domain_new_node domain :h_category_chance :h_kind_discrete))
(h_node_set_name newnode1 "T")
(defparameter newnode2 (h_domain_new_node domain :h_category_chance :h_kind_discrete))
(h_node_set_name newnode2 "L")
(defparameter newnode3 (h_domain_new_node domain :h_category_chance :h_kind_discrete))
(h_node_set_name newnode3 "S")
(defparameter newnode4 (h_domain_new_node domain :h_category_chance :h_kind_discrete))
(h_node_set_name newnode4 "A")
(defparameter newnode5 (h_domain_new_node domain :h_category_chance :h_kind_discrete))
(h_node_set_name newnode5 "D")
(defparameter newnode6 (h_domain_new_node domain :h_category_chance :h_kind_discrete))
(h_node_set_name newnode6 "B")
(defparameter newnode7 (h_domain_new_node domain :h_category_chance :h_kind_discrete))
(h_node_set_name newnode7 "X")

(h_domain_parse_cases domain "U:\\Data\\Bayesian network\\Course Examples and Exercises\\datasets\\asia_005.dat"
(cffi:null-pointer) (cffi:null-pointer))

(h_error_description (h_error_code))

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