**examples**,
examples which
illustrate the use of particular system programs or applications.

- apt, examples which illustrate the use of apt, an application manager for Linux.
- bash_shell, examples which illustrate the use of bash, which is a scripting language for Unix systems;
- cplex, examples which call cplex(), which is an IBM optimization package which defines and solves a variety of linear programming problems, as well as network flow problems, quadratic programming problems, and mixed integer programming problems.
- cplex_slurm, examples which use the slurm job scheduler to submit a cplex() job to a computer cluster.
- fem_meshing, examples which look at some simple issues in defining a geometric mesh for the finite element method (FEM) in 2D.
- gmsh, examples which illustrate the use of GMSH, which is a mesh generator for 1D/2D/3D regions, especially usefule for the finite element method (FEM), or other computations that need a discretized geometric model.
- gnuplot, examples which illustrate the use of gnuplot(), which is an interactive graphing program.
- gurobi, examples which call gurobi(), which is an mathematical programming package for optimization, solving problems in linear programming, mixed integer programming, and mixed integer quadratic programming.
- imagemagick, examples which illustrate the use of IMAGEMAGICK, which is a program that can create, edit, compose or convert graphical information as stored in many different file formats. IMAGEMAGICK can resize, flip, mirror, rotate, distort, shear and transform images, adjust image colors, apply various special effects, or draw text, lines, polygons, ellipses and Bézier curves.
- mandelbrot, examples which illustrate the computation of the MANDELBROT set, which is defined as the set of points which remain bounded under a given iteration.
- mathjax, examples which illustrate the use of MATHJAX, which is a system for displaying mathematical notation in a web page.
- meshlab, examples which illustrate the use of MESHLAB, which is an advanced mesh processing system for automatic or user-assisted editing, cleaning, filtering, converting and rendering of large unstructured 3D triangular meshes.
- scip, examples which call scip(), which is a code which solves mixed integer programming and mixed integer nonlinear programming problems.
- slurm, examples which use slurm, which is a job scheduler for batch execution of jobs on a computer cluster.
- tikz, examples which illustrate the use of TIKZ, which is a drawing package for use in TEX and LATEX documents;
- voronoi_diagram, examples which illustrate the computation and use of a Voronoi diagram.