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HPOlib is a hyperparameter optimization library. It provides a common interface to three state of the art hyperparameter optimization packages: SMAC, spearmint and hyperopt. This package is discontinued, please read the longer note in the info box below.
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HPOlib: A hyperparameter optimization library.

This package is discontinued. We have merged all changes that we have done since the initial release into the master branch, hoping that they are useful for some of you. The current software has several known bugs, which can be found in the issue tracker. In case someone wants to continue working on HPOlib, we're happy to answer questions, accept and merge pull requests. If you're looking for a set of benchmarks, please use the predecessor HPOlib2. HPOlib2 does not contain any optimization packages. We will add a list of Bayesian optimization packages to the documentation of HPOlib2.

This software provides a commen interface to the three hyperparameter Optimization packages hyperopt (TPE), SMAC and spearmint. For further information, please visit the accompanying website http://www.automl.org/hpolib. The documentation can be found at http://hpolib.readthedocs.org.

This software is licensed under the GPL license. You find the license text shipped with this package.

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