ensmallen (C++ library)
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ensmallen is a library of mathematical optimization algorithms for the C++ programming language. It provides a simple set of abstractions for writing an objective function to optimize. It also provides a large set of optimizers that can be used for virtually any mathematical optimization task. These include full-batch gradient descent techniques, small-batch techniques, gradient-free optimizers, and constrained optimization.
ensmallen is used by the mlpack library as an aid in the implementation of many of machine learning algorithms.
Available Optimizers[edit | edit source]
- many forms of stochastic gradient descent (including AdaGrad, RMSProp, Adam)
- many forms of Quasi-Newton methods (including L-BFGS and Augmented Lagrangian method)
- Conditional gradient descent
- Frank–Wolfe algorithm
- Simulated annealing
- Grid search
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- List of optimization software
- List of numerical analysis software
- List of numerical libraries
- Numerical linear algebra
- Scientific computing
References[edit | edit source]
- "ensmallen documentation / changelog". Retrieved 12 December 2018.
- Shikhar Bhardwaj, Ryan R. Curtin, Yannis Mentekidis, Marcus Edel, Conrad Sanderson (2018). ensmallen: a flexible C++ library for efficient function optimization. Workshop on Systems for ML and Open Source Software at NIPS / NeurIPS. doi:10.5281/zenodo.2008650.CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link)
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