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       ask - Adaptive Sampling Kit, a toolkit for sampling big experimental spaces


       ASK  stands for Adaptive Sampling Kit. Its main goal is accelerating long experiments. Two
       kinds of variables define an experiment: a response and a set of factors. The response  is
       characterized on the factors' Cartesian product.

       When  the  space is small, the response can be measured for every point in the space. When
       the space is large, doing an exhaustive measurement is either not  possible  in  terms  of
       execution  time  or  simply  not  practical.  ASK tries to find good approximations of the
       response by sampling only a small fraction of the  space.  ASK  features  multiple  active
       learning  algorithms  to  prioritize  the  exploration  of  the  interesting  parts of the
       experimental space.


       ask [-h] [--force_overwrite] [--replay_only] [--skip_model]
           [--skip_reporter] [--version] configuration


              the experiment configuration file

       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

              If a previous output directory is found its contents will be overwritten

              (Must be run over a full previous ask run). Skip bootstrap and sampler modules, but
              runs  previous  labels through the model and reporter. This option is useful if one
              wants to run sampling and analyze results separately.

              Skip model module. (WARNING: if the chosen control module relies on the  output  of
              the model module, this option fails.)

              Skip  reporter  module. (WARNING: if the chosen control module relies on the output
              of the reporter module, this option fails.)

              show program's version number and exit


       Copyright (C) 2011-2012 Universite de Versailles St-Quentin-en-Yvelines

       The Adaptive Sampling Kit (ASK) is released under the GNU General Public License,  version
       2. Please refer to the file LICENSE that accompanies your copy of ASK.


       For  complete  documentation,  please  refer  to  the  ASK  manual  which should have been
       installed in /usr/share/doc/ask.