// Copyright (C) 2017  Davis E. King (davis@dlib.net)
// License: Boost Software License   See LICENSE.txt for the full license.
#undef DLIB_FiND_GLOBAL_MAXIMUM_ABSTRACT_hH_
#ifdef DLIB_FiND_GLOBAL_MAXIMUM_ABSTRACT_hH_

#include "upper_bound_function_abstract.h"
#include "global_function_search_abstract.h"
#include "../metaprogramming.h"
#include "../matrix.h"
#include "../threads/thread_pool_extension_abstract.h"
#include <utility>
#include <chrono>

namespace dlib
{

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    template <
        typename T
        > 
    auto call_function_and_expand_args(
        T&& f, 
        const matrix<double,0,1>& args
    ) -> decltype(f(args or args expanded out as discussed below));
    /*!
        requires
            - f is a function object with one of the following signatures:
                auto f(matrix<double,0,1>)
                auto f(double)
                auto f(double,double)
                auto f(double,double,double)
                ...
                auto f(double,double,...,double)  // up to 40 double arguments
            - if (f() explicitly expands its arguments) then 
                - args.size() == the number of arguments taken by f.
        ensures
            - This function invokes f() with the given arguments and returns the result.
              However, the signature of f() is allowed to vary.  In particular, if f()
              takes a matrix<double,0,1> as a single argument then this function simply
              calls f(args).  However, if f() takes double arguments then args is expanded
              appropriately, i.e. it calls one of the following as appropriate: 
                f(args(0))
                f(args(0),args(1))
                ...
                f(args(0),args(1),...,args(N))
              and the result of f() is returned.
    !*/

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    struct max_function_calls
    {
        /*!
            WHAT THIS OBJECT REPRESENTS
                This is a simple typed integer class used to strongly type the "max number
                of function calls" argument to find_max_global() and find_min_global().

        !*/

        max_function_calls() = default;

        explicit max_function_calls(size_t max_calls) : max_calls(max_calls) {}

        size_t max_calls = std::numeric_limits<size_t>::max();
    };

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    const auto FOREVER = std::chrono::hours(24*356*290); // 290 years, basically forever

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    std::pair<size_t,function_evaluation> find_max_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        std::vector<funct>& functions,
        const std::vector<function_spec>& specs,
        const max_function_calls num,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime = FOREVER,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    );
    /*!
        requires
            - functions.size() != 0
            - functions.size() == specs.size()
            - solver_epsilon >= 0
            - for all valid i:
                - functions[i] is a real valued multi-variate function object.  Moreover,
                  it must be callable via an expression of the form:
                  call_function_and_expand_args(functions[i], specs.lower).  This means
                  function[i] should have a signature like one of the following:
                    double f(matrix<double,0,1>)
                    double f(double)
                    double f(double,double)
                    etc.
                - The range of inputs defined by specs[i] must be valid inputs to
                  functions[i].
            - if (tp.num_threads_in_pool() != 0) then
                - it must be safe to call the given functions concurrently from multiple
                  threads.
        ensures
            - This function performs global optimization on the set of given functions.
              The goal is to maximize the following objective function:
                 max_{i,x_i}: functions[i](x_i)
                 subject to the constraints on x_i defined by specs[i].
              Once found, the return value of find_max_global() is:
                make_pair(i, function_evaluation(x_i,functions[i](x_i))). 
              That is, we search for the settings of i and x that return the largest output
              and return those settings.
            - The search is performed using the global_function_search object.  See its
              documentation for details of the algorithm.
            - We set the global_function_search::get_solver_epsilon() parameter to
              solver_epsilon.  Therefore, the search will only attempt to find a global
              maximizer to at most solver_epsilon accuracy.  Once a local maximizer is
              found to that accuracy the search will focus entirely on finding other maxima
              elsewhere rather than on further improving the current local optima found so
              far.  That is, once a local maxima is identified to about solver_epsilon
              accuracy, the algorithm will spend all its time exploring the functions to
              find other local maxima to investigate.  An epsilon of 0 means it will keep
              solving until it reaches full floating point precision.  Larger values will
              cause it to switch to pure global exploration sooner and therefore might be
              more effective if your objective function has many local maxima and you don't
              care about a super high precision solution.
            - find_max_global() runs until one of the following is true:
                - The total number of calls to the provided functions is == num.max_calls
                - More than max_runtime time has elapsed since the start of this function.
            - Any variables that satisfy the following conditions are optimized on a log-scale:
                - The lower bound on the variable is > 0
                - The ratio of the upper bound to lower bound is >= 1000
                - The variable is not an integer variable
              We do this because it's common to optimize machine learning models that have
              parameters with bounds in a range such as [1e-5 to 1e10] (e.g. the SVM C
              parameter) and it's much more appropriate to optimize these kinds of
              variables on a log scale.  So we transform them by applying std::log() to
              them and then undo the transform via std::exp() before invoking the function
              being optimized.  Therefore, this transformation is invisible to the user
              supplied functions.  In most cases, it improves the efficiency of the
              optimizer.
            - if (tp.num_threads_in_pool() != 0) then
                - This function will make concurrent calls to the given functions.  In
                  particular, it will submit the calls to the functions as jobs to the
                  given thread_pool tp.
    !*/

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    std::pair<size_t,function_evaluation> find_max_global (
        std::vector<funct>& functions,
        const std::vector<function_spec>& specs,
        const max_function_calls num,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime = FOREVER,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    );
    /*!
        this function is identical to the find_max_global() defined immediately above,
        except that no threading is used.
    !*/

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    std::pair<size_t,function_evaluation> find_min_global (
        std::vector<funct>& functions,
        const std::vector<function_spec>& specs,
        const max_function_calls num,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime = FOREVER,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    );
    /*!
        This function is identical to the find_max_global() defined immediately above,
        except that we perform minimization rather than maximization.
    !*/

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    std::pair<size_t,function_evaluation> find_min_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        std::vector<funct>& functions,
        const std::vector<function_spec>& specs,
        const max_function_calls num,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime = FOREVER,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    );
    /*!
        This function is identical to the find_max_global() defined immediately above,
        except that we perform minimization rather than maximization.  We also allow you to
        give a thread_pool so we can make concurrent calls to the given functions during
        optimization.
    !*/

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const std::vector<bool>& is_integer_variable,
        const max_function_calls num,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime = FOREVER,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    );
    /*!
        requires
            - bound1.size() == bound2.size() == is_integer_variable.size()
            - for all valid i: bound1(i) != bound2(i)
            - solver_epsilon >= 0
            - f() is a real valued multi-variate function object.  Moreover, it must be
              callable via an expression of the form: call_function_and_expand_args(f,
              bound1).  This means f() should have a signature like one of the following:
                double f(matrix<double,0,1>)
                double f(double)
                double f(double,double)
                etc.
            - The range of inputs defined by function_spec(bound1,bound2,is_integer_variable) 
              must be valid inputs to f().
            - if (tp.num_threads_in_pool() != 0) then
                - it must be safe to call the given function f() concurrently from multiple
                  threads.
        ensures
            - This function performs global optimization on the given f() function.
              The goal is to maximize the following objective function:
                 f(x)
                 subject to the constraints on x defined by function_spec(bound1,bound2,is_integer_variable).
              Once found, the return value of find_max_global() is:
                function_evaluation(x,f(x))). 
              That is, we search for the setting of x that returns the largest output and
              return that setting.
            - The search is performed using the global_function_search object.  See its
              documentation for details of the algorithm.
            - We set the global_function_search::get_solver_epsilon() parameter to
              solver_epsilon.  Therefore, the search will only attempt to find a global
              maximizer to at most solver_epsilon accuracy.  Once a local maximizer is
              found to that accuracy the search will focus entirely on finding other maxima
              elsewhere rather than on further improving the current local optima found so
              far.  That is, once a local maxima is identified to about solver_epsilon
              accuracy, the algorithm will spend all its time exploring the function to
              find other local maxima to investigate.  An epsilon of 0 means it will keep
              solving until it reaches full floating point precision.  Larger values will
              cause it to switch to pure global exploration sooner and therefore might be
              more effective if your objective function has many local maxima and you don't
              care about a super high precision solution.
            - find_max_global() runs until one of the following is true:
                - The total number of calls to f() is == num.max_calls
                - More than max_runtime time has elapsed since the start of this function.
            - Any variables that satisfy the following conditions are optimized on a log-scale:
                - The lower bound on the variable is > 0
                - The ratio of the upper bound to lower bound is >= 1000
                - The variable is not an integer variable
              We do this because it's common to optimize machine learning models that have
              parameters with bounds in a range such as [1e-5 to 1e10] (e.g. the SVM C
              parameter) and it's much more appropriate to optimize these kinds of
              variables on a log scale.  So we transform them by applying std::log() to
              them and then undo the transform via std::exp() before invoking the function
              being optimized.  Therefore, this transformation is invisible to the user
              supplied functions.  In most cases, it improves the efficiency of the
              optimizer.
            - if (tp.num_threads_in_pool() != 0) then
                - This function will make concurrent calls to the given function f().  In
                  particular, it will submit the calls to f() as jobs to the given
                  thread_pool tp.
    !*/

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const std::vector<bool>& is_integer_variable,
        const max_function_calls num,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime = FOREVER,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    );
    /*!
        This function is identical to the find_max_global() defined immediately above,
        except that we perform minimization rather than maximization.
    !*/

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const std::vector<bool>& is_integer_variable,
        const max_function_calls num,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime = FOREVER,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    );
    /*!
        This function is identical to the find_max_global() defined immediately above,
        except that we don't take a thread_pool and therefore don't make concurrent calls
        to f().
    !*/

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const std::vector<bool>& is_integer_variable,
        const max_function_calls num,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime = FOREVER,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    );
    /*!
        This function is identical to the find_min_global() defined immediately above,
        except that we don't take a thread_pool and therefore don't make concurrent calls
        to f().
    !*/

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The following functions are just convenient overloads for calling the above defined
// find_max_global() and find_min_global() routines.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const std::vector<bool>& is_integer_variable,
        const max_function_calls num,
        double solver_epsilon 
    )
    {
        return find_max_global(std::move(f), bound1, bound2, std::vector<bool>(bound1.size(),false), num, FOREVER, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const std::vector<bool>& is_integer_variable,
        const max_function_calls num,
        double solver_epsilon 
    )
    {
        return find_min_global(std::move(f), bound1, bound2, std::vector<bool>(bound1.size(),false), num, FOREVER, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const std::vector<bool>& is_integer_variable,
        const max_function_calls num,
        double solver_epsilon 
    )
    {
        return find_max_global(tp, std::move(f), bound1, bound2, std::vector<bool>(bound1.size(),false), num, FOREVER, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const std::vector<bool>& is_integer_variable,
        const max_function_calls num,
        double solver_epsilon 
    )
    {
        return find_min_global(tp, std::move(f), bound1, bound2, std::vector<bool>(bound1.size(),false), num, FOREVER, solver_epsilon);
    }

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const max_function_calls num,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime = FOREVER,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_max_global(std::move(f), bound1, bound2, std::vector<bool>(bound1.size(),false), num, max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const max_function_calls num,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime = FOREVER,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_min_global(std::move(f), bound1, bound2, std::vector<bool>(bound1.size(),false), num, max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const max_function_calls num,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime = FOREVER,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_max_global(tp, std::move(f), bound1, bound2, std::vector<bool>(bound1.size(),false), num, max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const max_function_calls num,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime = FOREVER,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_min_global(tp, std::move(f), bound1, bound2, std::vector<bool>(bound1.size(),false), num, max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const max_function_calls num,
        double solver_epsilon
    ) 
    {
        return find_max_global(std::move(f), bound1, bound2, std::vector<bool>(bound1.size(),false), num, FOREVER, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const max_function_calls num,
        double solver_epsilon
    ) 
    {
        return find_min_global(std::move(f), bound1, bound2, std::vector<bool>(bound1.size(),false), num, FOREVER, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const max_function_calls num,
        double solver_epsilon
    ) 
    {
        return find_max_global(tp, std::move(f), bound1, bound2, std::vector<bool>(bound1.size(),false), num, FOREVER, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const max_function_calls num,
        double solver_epsilon
    ) 
    {
        return find_min_global(tp, std::move(f), bound1, bound2, std::vector<bool>(bound1.size(),false), num, FOREVER, solver_epsilon);
    }

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        funct f,
        const double bound1,
        const double bound2,
        const max_function_calls num,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime = FOREVER,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_max_global(std::move(f), matrix<double,0,1>({bound1}), matrix<double,0,1>({bound2}), num, max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        funct f,
        const double bound1,
        const double bound2,
        const max_function_calls num,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime = FOREVER,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_min_global(std::move(f), matrix<double,0,1>({bound1}), matrix<double,0,1>({bound2}), num, max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const double bound1,
        const double bound2,
        const max_function_calls num,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime = FOREVER,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_max_global(tp, std::move(f), matrix<double,0,1>({bound1}), matrix<double,0,1>({bound2}), num, max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const double bound1,
        const double bound2,
        const max_function_calls num,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime = FOREVER,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_min_global(tp, std::move(f), matrix<double,0,1>({bound1}), matrix<double,0,1>({bound2}), num, max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        funct f,
        const double bound1,
        const double bound2,
        const max_function_calls num,
        double solver_epsilon 
    ) 
    {
        return find_max_global(std::move(f), matrix<double,0,1>({bound1}), matrix<double,0,1>({bound2}), num, FOREVER, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        funct f,
        const double bound1,
        const double bound2,
        const max_function_calls num,
        double solver_epsilon 
    ) 
    {
        return find_min_global(std::move(f), matrix<double,0,1>({bound1}), matrix<double,0,1>({bound2}), num, FOREVER, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const double bound1,
        const double bound2,
        const max_function_calls num,
        double solver_epsilon 
    ) 
    {
        return find_max_global(tp, std::move(f), matrix<double,0,1>({bound1}), matrix<double,0,1>({bound2}), num, FOREVER, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const double bound1,
        const double bound2,
        const max_function_calls num,
        double solver_epsilon 
    ) 
    {
        return find_min_global(tp, std::move(f), matrix<double,0,1>({bound1}), matrix<double,0,1>({bound2}), num, FOREVER, solver_epsilon);
    }

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_max_global(std::move(f), bound1, bound2, max_function_calls(), max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_min_global(std::move(f), bound1, bound2, max_function_calls(), max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_max_global(tp, std::move(f), bound1, bound2, max_function_calls(), max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_min_global(tp, std::move(f), bound1, bound2, max_function_calls(), max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        funct f,
        const double bound1,
        const double bound2,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_max_global(std::move(f), bound1, bound2, max_function_calls(), max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        funct f,
        const double bound1,
        const double bound2,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_min_global(std::move(f), bound1, bound2, max_function_calls(), max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const double bound1,
        const double bound2,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_max_global(tp, std::move(f), bound1, bound2, max_function_calls(), max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const double bound1,
        const double bound2,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_min_global(tp, std::move(f), bound1, bound2, max_function_calls(), max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const std::vector<bool>& is_integer_variable,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_max_global(std::move(f), bound1, bound2, is_integer_variable, max_function_calls(), max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const std::vector<bool>& is_integer_variable,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_min_global(std::move(f), bound1, bound2, is_integer_variable, max_function_calls(), max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_max_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const std::vector<bool>& is_integer_variable,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_max_global(tp, std::move(f), bound1, bound2, is_integer_variable, max_function_calls(), max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

    template <
        typename funct
        >
    function_evaluation find_min_global (
        thread_pool& tp,
        funct f,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound1,
        const matrix<double,0,1>& bound2,
        const std::vector<bool>& is_integer_variable,
        const std::chrono::nanoseconds max_runtime,
        double solver_epsilon = 0
    ) 
    {
        return find_min_global(tp, std::move(f), bound1, bound2, is_integer_variable, max_function_calls(), max_runtime, solver_epsilon);
    }

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

}

#endif // DLIB_FiND_GLOBAL_MAXIMUM_ABSTRACT_hH_