The source code written in Python is provided via GitHub
latest version https://github.com/RyoOzaki/npbdaa
Ryo Ozaki (Graduate student, Ritsumeikan University)
Tadahiro Taniguchi (Associate Proferssor, Ritsumeikan University)
Former main contributors
Shogo Nagasaka (ex-student of Ritsumeikan University)
Ryo Nakashima (ex-student of Ritsumeikan University)
Yuki Tada (Graduate student, Ritsumeikan University)
The conventional DAA consists of sticky HDP-HMM (or HDP-HSMM) and NPYLM.
Emily Fox (the first author of the paper proposing sticky HDP-HMM) is providing the MATLAB implimentation of the sticky HDP-HMM
Graham Neubig is providing latticelm software that is an extension of NPYLM. You can use the latticelm instead of NPYLM.