I wrote a small simulated annealing library in C++. Right now is just a few classes, a toy project I want to use to test some ideas. But before I move on I want to be sure that it works. Meaning, that if I give it a difficult problem it will work. I won't be fast, or efficient, or whatever. I just want to be sure it works.

I've tried simple examples, but I would like to benchmark it. Does anybody know of a set of problems to solve? Nonlinear and constrained.


All I could find is this:


it has a paper with different functions and results. But no code that I could use.


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