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Back to the [:days7: main conference page].

 * [:/linalg: Linear Algebra -- Hermite Normal Form]
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 * Edge labeled graph isomorphism [http://trac.sagemath.org/sage_trac/ticket/1304 DONE]  * Edge labeled graph isomorphism [[http://trac.sagemath.org/sage_trac/ticket/1304|DONE]]
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   * [http://sage.math.washington.edu/home/ekirkman/embeddings_improvements.hg Current Bundle]    * [[http://sage.math.washington.edu/home/ekirkman/embeddings_improvements.hg|Current Bundle]]
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     . [attachment:cython_demo.patch Hello world example of a new Cython extension of Sage]      . [[attachment:cython_demo.patch|Hello world example of a new Cython extension of Sage]]
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 * How close is Sage to ready to use as a tool for a grad/undergrad combinatorics course? (Weds) 10AM Thursday ([:days7/sprints/teaching:discussion page])  * How close is Sage to ready to use as a tool for a grad/undergrad combinatorics course? (Weds) 10AM Thursday ([[days7/sprints/teaching|discussion page]])
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 * coercion -- work on leftovers from SD6 [:days7/coercion:]  * coercion -- work on leftovers from SD6 [[days7/coercion]]

Sage Days 7 coding sprints

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  • Linear Algebra -- Hermite Normal Form

    • Implement a Hermite Normal Form over ZZ that is faster than anything else in the world (e.g., Magma). Also, implement quotients of free modules over ZZ.
    • Completely re-implement abelian groups. From scratch.
    • Clement Pernet (chair)
    • Craig Citro (Jordan & Rational forms)

    • William Stein(discussion page)

    • Nicolas Thiery (relating to combinatorics)
    • Franco Saliola
    • Gregg Musiker -- Smith normal form with rational function entries (think symbolic)
    • Justin Walker
  • Canonical labeling for things other than graphs.
    • Robert Miller (chair)
    • Nicolas Thiery
    • Pete Jipsen
    • Stephen Hartke
  • Edge labeled graph isomorphism DONE

    • Robert Miller
  • Crystals / Graph Visualization
    • 11AM Thursday
    • Mike Hansen
    • Justin Walker
    • Dan Bump
    • Nicolas Thiery
    • Anne Schilling (chair)
    • Kiran Kedlaya
    • Tom Boothby
  • Xin's partial fraction algorithm
    • Mike Hansen
    • Gregg Musiker (chair)
    • Jason Bandlow
    • Nicolas Thiery
    • Alyson Deines
    • Alex Ghitza
  • Guessing generating functions (like gfun, maple, ...)
    • Nicolas Thiery (chair)
    • Mike Hansen
    • Alex Ghitza
  • Graph Databases
    • Emily Kirkman (chair)
    • Jason Grout
    • Pete Jipsen
  • Other Databases
    • Pete Jipsen
    • Robert Miller (chair)
    • Emily Kirkman
    • Andrey Novoseltsev (leaves Thurs)
    • Mike Abshoff
  • Embedding Graphs on Surfaces (see talk Weds!!)
    • dinner Weds
  • Documentation
    • David Roe (p-adics)
    • Mike Hansen
    • Mike Abshoff (packaging, workflow)
    • Craig Citro
    • Robert Bradshaw
    • Nick Alexander
    • Jake Mitchell
    • Alyson Deines
    • Alex Ghitza
    • William Stein
  • Lattices and embeddings
    • Stephanie Vance (chair) (until Thursday)
    • Craig Citro (number-field related)
    • David Roe
    • Mike Hansen
    • Nicolas Thiery
    • Alex Ghitza
  • Modules indexed by Combinatorial classes
    • (Thurs lunch?)
    • Nicolas Thiery (chair)
    • David Roe
    • Mike Hansen
    • Dan Bump
  • Debian Packaging (details & progress)

    • Mike Abshoff
    • Tim Abbott (chair)
    • Franco Saliola
  • Referee David Roe's patch (discussion page)

    • Robert Bradshaw (chair)
    • Kiran Kedlaya
    • Jen Balakrishnan
    • David Roe
    • Craig Citro
  • 3D graphics for polytopes and profiling
    • Andrey Novoseltsev (chair)
    • William Stein
    • Robert Bradshaw
  • Profiling, making cython -a easier to use (?)
    • Robert Bradshaw
    • Craig Citro
    • Andrey Novoseltsev
    • William Stein
  • Interfacing a C/C++ library to Sage via Cython
    • Mike Hansen
    • Stephen Hartke
    • Robert Bradshaw
    • David Roe
    • Clement Pernet
    • William Stein
    • Jason Grout
    • Robert Miller
    • Andrey Novoseltsev
    • Tom Boothby
    • Nicolas Thiery
    • Craig Citro
    • Emily Kirkman
    • Tim Abbott
  • How close is Sage to ready to use as a tool for a grad/undergrad combinatorics course? (Weds) 10AM Thursday (discussion page)

    • Make a quick reference card a la Jipsen
    • Iftikhar Burhanuddin (chair)
    • Nicolas Thiery
    • Jason Bandlow
    • Jake Mitchell
    • Stephen Hartke
    • Alex Ghitza
    • Jason Grout
  • Tableaux package cleanup (we should start.)
    • Weds night
    • Jason Bandlow
    • Gregg Musiker
    • Mike Hansen
    • Francois Descouens
    • Nicolas Thiery
  • CombinatorialClass LEGO

    • Fri/Sat
    • Nicolas Thiery
    • Franco Saliola
    • Andrey Novoseltsev
    • Mike Hansen
    • Jason Bandlow
    • Jake Mitchell
  • John Stembridge's POSETS package
    • Franco Saliola
    • Pete Jipsen
    • Mike Hansen
    • David Roe
  • Sage testing system (parallel testings, regression testing, removing extra "sage.:", etc)

    • Nick Alexander
    • Mike Hansen
    • Mike Abshoff
    • Robert Miller
    • Tim Abbott
    • Nick Alexander is working on some system independent patches that will make it easier to integrate with nose, etc. See him before doing major work.
    • William Stein

      Nick Alexander posted a small document at http://trac.sagemath.org/sage_trac/ticket/2099 explaining how the Sage testing architecture currently works. Nick Alexander is working on using parallel make to run doctests in parallel.

  • Hierarchy of Hopf algebras, tensor products
    • dinner Weds
    • Mike Hansen
    • Robert Miller
    • Nicolas Thiery
    • David Roe
    • Robert Bradshaw
    • William Stein
  • Hierarchy for combinatorial classes (several)
    • Nicolas Thiery
    • Mike Hansen
    • Jason Bandlow
    • Robert Miller
    • Jason Grout
  • Symmetrica build issues (discussed, changes will be made to symmetrica.spkg past SD7)
    • Mike Abshoff
    • Mike Hansen
  • coercion -- work on leftovers from SD6 days7/coercion

    • tutorial -- Fri night
    • David Roe
    • Robert Bradshaw
    • Nicolas Thiery
    • Tim Abbott
    • Jason Grout
    • Robert Miller
    • Craig Citro
  • "Which SPKG am I?" Thurs, fight starts at 8PM
  • Coleman integration
    • thurs evening
    • Kiran Kedlaya
    • Robert Bradshaw
    • Jen Balakrishnan
    • David Roe
  • more cpdef
    • Robert Miller
    • Robert Bradshaw
    • Tim Abbott
    • Craig Citro
  • 2D pretty printing for combinatorial stuff (tableaux, etc)
    • Mike Hansen
    • Nicolas Thiery
  • Implement a basic Manipulate command
    • Thurs afternoon
    • Jason Grout
    • William Stein
    • Tom Boothby

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