Subject: Re: [boost] [gsoc18] R-tree serialization
From: Adam Wulkiewicz (adam.wulkiewicz_at_[hidden])
Date: 2018-01-19 12:43:08
Kirill Mishchenko Via BoostÂ wrote:
> My name is Kirill. Iâm interested in the contribution to the project âR-tree serializationâ. The search through the mailing list archive has shown there was an interest in this project among students in 2017, but as the GSoC 2017 archive site displays there was no student that participated to accomplish this project. Is it possible to work on this project as a GSoC 2018 participant? It seems like last year Adam Wulkiewicz was ready to be a mentor for the project.
Yes, it is possible to work on R-tree serialization. I'm willing to be
the mentor. I added the information to the wiki page of GSoC2018
> Briefly about myself. I am a PhD student working on Computational Humor. More precisely Iâm working on the problem of finding/generating a humorous response given a textual input. My C++ programming experience includes a summer internship at Yandex Search and my contribution to mlpack (a machine learning library written in C++) as a GSoC 2017 participant (https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/archive/2017/projects/4812231682293760/ <https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/archive/2017/projects/4812231682293760/>). For mlpack I designed and implemented cross-validation and hyper-parameter tuning modules with significant usage of C++ metaprogramming.
That's interesting. So you can link the code you already developed (if
possible) to prove competence or you can still choose to implement the
program mentioned on the GSoC2018 page.
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