Subject: Re: [boost] GSOC 2013
From: Jignesh Jain (jigneshjain25_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-04-13 13:50:57
@David Bellot, I am also interested in Boost.UBlas , but I am not getting
how to start contributing to it. I have browed the vector and matrix
libraries in boost, but am confused how to start. Can you suggest me a good
On Apr 13, 2013 10:58 PM, "David Bellot" <david.bellot_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Hi Niranjan,
> thanks for your interest in the projects proposed by Boost for GSOC 2013.
> You mentioned the matrix class at the beginning of your email, so I
> you're interested in Boost.uBLAS. That's why I thought I owe you an answer
> for I proposed a project for Boost.uBLAS.
> Later on, you mentioned a few very interesting ideas regarding graph
> algorithms, so I believe my colleagues from the Boost.Graph library will
> immediately see an interest on.
> May I ask you which library you would like to contribute to ?
> With many thanks and regards,
> David Bellot
> On Sat, Apr 13, 2013 at 5:56 PM, Niranjan Singh <niranjan32331_at_[hidden]
> > Hello,
> > My name is Niranjan ,
> > It was really a pleasure seeing a poject like this, and the ideas were
> > also very good. I like to contribute to the vector ,making new matrix
> > class.
> > I would like to propose you my idea as below
> > As *Graph theory* as a subject also and is becoming increasingly
> > significant as it is applied to other areas of mathematics, science and
> > technology. It is being actively used in fields as varied as
> > (genomics), electrical engineering (communication networks and coding
> > theory), computer science (algorithms and computation) and operations
> > research (scheduling).* The powerful *combinatorial methods* found in
> > theory have also been used to prove fundamental results in other areas
> > pure mathematics.
> > And so is becoming an important subject in mathematics and algorithms
> > So I was thinking to make a library to implement all the graph
> > and its various properties and applications in it so that it can be
> > student to understand the concept and it can also be used to solve
> > like *Travelling Salesman problem, finding chromatic number, edge
> > colouring.
> > *
> > Finding *shortest path , face colouring* e.t.c.
> > With the help of small functions user can create a program which
> > the big problem.
> > Lots of data-structures can also be implemented.
> > Thanks.
> > P.S.
> > Sir, As my end semester are exams are on .. so its possible that i
> > reply you fast but I do want to do this project. Exams will over on 30
> > april..
> > Thanks for you concern.
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