-We have include a descriptions of the different demos than can be found in the

-library. Most of them are used to highlight the capabilities of the Bayesian optimization

-framework or the characteristics of the library.

+We have include a descriptions of the different demos than can be

+found in the library. Most of them are used to highlight the

+capabilities of the Bayesian optimization framework or the

+characteristics of the library.

-\b Important: Some demos requires extra dependencies to work. They will be mention in each

-demo.

+\b Important: Some demos requires extra dependencies to work. They

+will be mention in each demo.

\section cppdemos C/C++ demos

-These demos are automatically compiled and installed with the library. They can be found

-in the \c /bin subfolder. The source code of these demos is in \c /examples

+These demos are automatically compiled and installed with the

+library. They can be found in the \c /bin subfolder. The source code

+of these demos is in \c /examples

\subsection quadcpp Quadratic examples (continuous and discrete)

-\b bo_cont and \b bo_disc provides examples of the C (callback) and C++ (inheritance)

-interfaces for a simple quadratic function. They are the best starting point to start

-playing with the library.

+\b bo_cont and \b bo_disc provides examples of the C (callback) and

+C++ (inheritance) interfaces for a simple quadratic function. They are

+the best starting point to start playing with the library.

-\subsection onedcpp 1D test

+\subsection onedcpp Interactive 1D test

-\b bo_oned deals with a more interesting, yet simple, multimodal 1D function. \b bo_display shows the same example, but includes a visualization tool (requires OpenGL and FreeGLUT).

+\b bo_oned deals with a more interesting, yet simple, multimodal 1D

+function. \b bo_display shows the same example, but includes an

+interactive visualization tool to show the features of different

+configurations, like different surrogate and criteria functions

+(Important: bo_display requires CMake to find OpenGL and GLUT/FreeGLUT

+to be compiled).

\image html doxygen/oned.jpg

-\subsection brcpp Branin test

+\subsection brcpp Standard nonlinear function benchmarks

-\b bo_branin shows the a 2D example with the Branin function, which is a standard function to evaluate nonlinear optimization algorithms.

+\subsubsection braninfunc Branin function

+

+\b bo_branin_* are different examples using the 2D Branin function, which is

+a standard function to evaluate nonlinear optimization algorithms.

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