Subject: Re: [boost] Google Summer of Code 2013 - Boost.org - Boost.Multiprecision
From: Saurav (online.saurav_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-04-16 09:21:48
Thanks for your reply.
You should try to look into the book that I linked
> in the project description and be in a position
> to describe how you might tackle some of
> these algorithms.
> Currently I am going through the code, documents and PDF file which
contains the algorithms. Please suggest next steps as you find appropriate.
> In addition, you should try to get a simple
> project up and running that simply *uses*
> and tests Boost.Multiprecision's cpp_dec_float.
> Try a Gamma function, or Bessel functions.
> Verify the results with, for example, Wolfram's Alpha.
> I have attached the zip file containing the assignment. It contains 4
- sample_use_boost_float.hpp - 
- test_sample_use_boost_float.cpp - 
- output1.txt - 
- output2.txt - 
The header only file  contains the template class definition for the
- Bessel functions (1st and 2nd kind)
- Gamma function
- sinc() function
In addition, zip file contains the tests  for multiprecision float
expressions of the aforementioned functions. The results have been tested
against values directly from Wolfram Alpha.
 is the console output on a successful run of tests.  has been also
provided for example output of unsuccessful run of tests.
Kindly have a look and comment.