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Subject: Re: [boost] [GSOC] Are we going to participate?
From: Mario Mulansky (mario.mulansky_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-02-18 14:33:03


following Karsten, who as usual was faster than me, I would like to propose a
second GSoC project for odeint. I would like to see more computational
backends for odeint. Namely one could add parallelization backends based on
OpenMP or MPI, also an SIMD backend would be really nice. Each of these is not
too much work but altogether it makes a reasonable GSoC project I would say.
Especially as I will work in this direction for the next months as well.

What should I do to publish the project? Edit the wiki page or send something
to google directly?

On Monday, February 18, 2013 10:58:57 AM Karsten Ahnert wrote:
> Hi,
> On 02/13/2013 11:06 PM, Boris Schaeling wrote:
> > Andrew was the GSoC administrator for Boost in the previous years but
> > unfortunately has no time this year. So I jump in. I just created the
> > Wiki page <> and will send
> > around another email in the coming days. For now I encourage everyone to
> > brainstorm just like Antony did about what you would like to see in
> > Boost. Google didn't invite us last year to participate in the program,
> > and the reason was that we didn't have enough ideas/projects. So feel
> > free to send ideas to this mailing list or add them to the Wiki page.
> > For now no idea is too stupid - and even if it is, it might help someone
> > else to get a good idea. :)
> I would like to propose a GSOC project ideas aiming to implement a new
> feature for odeint. It would be really nice to have more implicit ODE
> solvers in odeint and an extended algebra/operations mechanism for
> matrices and solution of linear systems. This would widen the scope of
> the library enormously, since it directly addresses partial differential
> equations (PDEs) and enters the field of HPC.
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