Subject: [boost] [GSoC] Boost.multiprecision project
From: Flórián Deé (deeflorian_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-04-20 13:11:01
I'm Florián Deé from Hungary, studying at Budapest University of Technology
and Economics. I'm really interested in the Boost.Multiprecision project
for GSoC 2013.
A little background on myself, I'm an undergraduate software engineering
student mostly into C and C++, with interests in low level programming and
maths. I'm currently working on a project as an outsider member of the
dorm's Coder team (a poker framework for AIs), and I'm also a "consultant"
for students with their C/C++/Maths assignments (mostly calculus and linear
algebra). As a result, I don't really have much free time till the exams,
but I've planned, seen, written and debugged lots of different projects
with different coding styles.
Going through the project description, I think my skill set and interests
would fit in nicely, with the exception of fast Fourier transforms, which
I'm only mildly familiar with, but I'd gladly read any needed extra
material till summer.
So I kindly seek your guidance to help me go about my application for the
Looking forward to your reply.
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