From: Christopher Kormanyos (e_float_at_[hidden])
Date: 2021-04-12 11:51:35
> I would be very interested in feedback, questions,> and comments. I am looking for supervisors/mentors> to undertake this project as part of GSoC 2021
Thank you for your interest in this projectand your well-prepared application,the link to which is repeated in a coherentsingle-line text below.
Your proposal is technically strong andrepresents the project correctly and firmly.Your application also depicts you well as
a capable candidate. The way you describethe DD/QD wrappers and motivate theirimportance is good. I find this a very goodand complete proposal.
I ran through your code for the competency test.It is very good, visual, numerically correct,intuitive. It is actually informative and funto step through your code's return statementseach one of which provides more and morecorrect digits per iteration. Good job on that!
My name is Christopher Kormanyos and
I could or might be the potential mentor for thisparticular project. I've been working withBoost Math and Multiprecision as co-authorand co-maintainer for over 10 years and ama veteran 6-time Boost-GSoC mentor.
Kind regards, Chris
On Sunday, April 11, 2021, 7:06:27 PM GMT+2, Fahad Syed via Boost <boost_at_[hidden]> wrote:
Â My name is Syed Fahad, and I am a Electrical Engineering undergraduate
Â student at National Institute of Technology, Srinagar.
Â I have outlined a proposal for implementation of a new quad-double type
Â based on David Baileyâs QD package. So the plan outline is to initially
Â implement quad-double and double-double types as a wrapper around the
Â QD packages qd_real and dd_real classes, and write the testing and
Â benchmarking routines. Eventually, write a generic multiple-double
Â class from scratch using the same algorithms as QD, and remove
Â dependency on external libraries wherever possible.
Â I would be very interested in feedback, questions, and comments. I am
Â looking for supervisors/mentors to undertake this project as part of
Â GSoC 2021.
Â Apologies for the apparently late proposal submission. The link to my
Â proposal is:
Â Syed Fahad.
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