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Python binding of the CORELS algorithm

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Welcome to the Python binding of the Certifiably Optimal RulE ListS (CORELS) algorithm!

Documentation for this package is hosted at: https://corels.eecs.harvard.edu/corels/pycorels/

For information on CORELS, please visit our website: https://corels.eecs.harvard.edu.

For the code of this package, visit: https://github.com/fingoldin/pycorels

CORELS uses Python, Numpy, GMP, and a C++ compiler (g++ is a great choice). GMP (GNU Multiple Precision library) is not required, but it is highly recommended, as it improves performance. If it is not installed, CORELS will run slower.

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