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  • GSoC 2019: Week 12 (The Final Week)

    The last week of coding period is officially over. A summary of the work done during this week is:

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  • GSoC 2019: Week 10 and 11

    So, the second last week of the official coding period is over now. During the last two weeks, I was mostly occupied with on-campus placement drives, hence I couldn’t put up a blog earlier. A summary of my work during these weeks is as follows:

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  • GSoC 2019: Week 9

    I spent most of this week getting #17144 ready to be merged. I had to change a lot of things from the last attempt. One of such was an attempt on early encoding, I had tried it on Literals. They were eventually going to be encoded so I tried to do this when Literals were created only. But as Aaron suggested, my approach had left encodings in the global space and hence could leak memory. During the week, I tried to attach encoding to the CNF object itself but it would have needed a lot of refactoring, since CNF objects interacted with other such objects. So, after some attempts, at the end I left the encoding to be done at last in EncodedCNF object. Currently, this is ready to be merged.

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  • GSoC 2019: Week 8

    Now, the eighth week of official coding period has ended. I would give you a summary of my work during this week.

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  • GSoC 2019: Week 6 and 7

    With this ends the seventh week of the official coding period. During the end of 6th week and the beginning of 7th week, I was mostly travelling, so I was not able to write a blog for the sixth week. Instead, I will try to summarize my work during the last two weeks here.

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  • GSoC 2019: Week 5

    With this the fifth week of the official coding period has ended. I will try to give a brief summary of my work during this week.

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  • GSoC 2019: Week 4

    With this the fourth week and the first phase of GSoC 2019 is over. Here I will give you a brief summary of my progress this week.

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  • GSoC 2019: Week 3

    The third week of coding period has ended and as I already stated in the last blog, I couldn’t be much productive this week. Nevertheless, I tried to wrap-up some unfinished works. PR #16956 is ready to merge, just waiting for some last reviews. This PR needs to be supplemented with some fixes in the code of Add class to handle all the issues over Relationals. PR #16978 had one major failing test from the stats module. I tried to debug it ,but due to my unfamiliarity with that part of code I took help from Gagandeep and as his comment suggests, the result this PR is giving is correct and more intuitive. At least, one less issue to handle 😌.

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  • GSoC 2019: Week 2

    The second week of official coding period has concluded. I will give you a brief summary of the week’s work.

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  • GSoC 2019: Week 1

    The first week of official Coding Period is over and it went well 😄.

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  • Community Bonding Period

    Community bonding period has concluded. Due to my exams and travelling, I was not able to devote much of my time over this. But I managed to review PR #16666 and helped it get merged. With this PR, SymPy comes one step closer to unifying both the Assumption systems. Also, with this I realized how difficult reviewing can be 😅.

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  • Beginning GSoC 2019: with SymPy










    Finally, the result of GSoC-2019 came on 6th of May, 2019. I am very happy to inform that my proposal on improving the assumptions mechanism has been accepted by SymPy for this year’s GSoC. For those who don’t know, SymPy is an open-sourced Computer Algebra System(CAS) written in Python. It was started by Ondrej Cetrik(@cetrik) in 2006, as a project. Since 2007, SymPy has participated in Google Summer of Code every year. GSoC has given much boost to the development of SymPy’s codebase.

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