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Documentation & Versions
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The development branch is the [master](https://github.com/resibots/limbo/tree/master) branch. For the latest stable release, check the [release-2.0](https://github.com/resibots/limbo/tree/release-2.0) branch.
The development branch is the [master](https://github.com/resibots/limbo/tree/master) branch. For the latest stable release, check the [release-2.1](https://github.com/resibots/limbo/tree/release-2.1) branch.
Documentation is available at: http://www.resibots.eu/limbo
A short paper that introduces the library is available here: https://members.loria.fr/JBMouret/pdf/limbo_paper.pdf
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If you use Limbo in a scientific paper, please cite:
Cully, A., Chatzilygeroudis, K., Allocati, F., and Mouret J.-B., (2016). [Limbo: A Flexible High-performance Library for Gaussian Processes modeling and Data-Efficient Optimization](https://members.loria.fr/JBMouret/pdf/limbo_paper.pdf). *Preprint*.
Cully, A., Chatzilygeroudis, K., Allocati, F., and Mouret J.-B., (2018). [Limbo: A Flexible High-performance Library for Gaussian Processes modeling and Data-Efficient Optimization](https://members.loria.fr/JBMouret/pdf/limbo_paper.pdf). *The Journal of Open Source Software*.
In BibTex:
@article{cully_limbo_2016,
title={Limbo: A Flexible High-performance Library for Gaussian Processes modeling and Data-Efficient Optimization},
@article{cully2018limbo,
title={{Limbo: A Flexible High-performance Library for Gaussian Processes modeling and Data-Efficient Optimization}},
author={Cully, A. and Chatzilygeroudis, K. and Allocati, F. and Mouret, J.-B.},
year={2016},
journal={Preprint},
year={2018},
journal={{The Journal of Open Source Software}},
publisher={The Open Journal},
url={https://members.loria.fr/JBMouret/pdf/limbo_paper.pdf}
}
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- Modern C++-11
- Generic framework (template-based / policy-based design), which allows for easy customization, to test novel ideas
- Experimental framework that allows user to easily test variants of experiments, compare treatments, submit jobs to clusters (OAR scheduler), etc.
- High performance (in particular, Limbo can exploit multicore computers via Intel TBB and vectorize some operations via Eigen3)
- High performance (in particular, Limbo can exploit multi-core computers via Intel TBB and vectorize some operations via [Eigen3](http://eigen.tuxfamily.org/index.php?title=Main_Page))
- Purposely small to be easily maintained and quickly understood
Scientific articles that use Limbo
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