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A. Makelov

GSoC 2012: Computational Group Theory

And so it happened that by some weird accident I was accepted into GSoC 2012 to implement CGT – and Group Theory is a part of mathematics that I particularly enjoy. Until a few days ago I was pretty busy working for my exams, but in the next few weeks I should be able to start preparing for my project.

I hope that the timeline I’ve set to myself is not too impossible to do, and that I’ll be able to implement everything I promised in it.

Finally, I’d like to thank all the people that make sympy possible, and all the people that liked my application, and especially my mentor – David Joyner, and my co-mentor – Aaron Meurer, for their enthusiasm!


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