[Haskell-cafe] [GSoC] A proposal for GSoC regarding computational algebra
ekmett at gmail.com
Mon Mar 17 16:24:32 UTC 2014
I suppose given your library's use of my algebra package and other
components under the hood, etc. I'd probably be the most likely mentor.
I'd be willing to work with you, and likely to fold it in/replace much of
the existing algebra machinery, which I confess is woefully
Usually, proposals to write a new library have a hard time getting accepted
to GSOC, but you do already have a decent sized body of work there.
On Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 10:11 AM, Hiromi ISHII <konn.jinro at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, cafe
> I am a currently an undergraduate student and will enter the graduate
> school on April.
> As a student, I have a project to propose for the GSoC: purely functional
> computer algebra library.
> I've been working on computational-algebra library , but this library
> needs more improvements.
> Especially, it needs much more performance improvements for Groebner bases
> I want to implement efficient algorithms called F4 and F5 [2, 3] as the
> GSoC project.
> These algorithms require efficient linear algebra algorithms, so this
> project also involves the development of efficient symbolic linear algebra
> This project is not on any ideas list as far as I know, and I want to
> directly propose to the GSoC and I'm looking for a mentor.
> Is there anyone interested in my proposal?
> : http://github.com/konn/computational-algebra
> : http://www-polsys.lip6.fr/~jcf/Papers/F99a.pdf
> -- Hiromi ISHII
> konn.jinro at gmail.com
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