My reply to Raghukul Rama from about a week ago I think applies to you as 
well. Basically without essentially graduate level math, Turner's thesis is 
not realistic to implement. However, there are plenty of other things to 
do. (if you use to web interface for the list, you can see all the older 
posts and replies)


On Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 3:37:43 AM UTC-6, Kanav Gupta wrote:
> Hello Everyone!
>                           I am Kanav Gupta. I am currently pursuing 
> Bachelors of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering at IIT Roorkee. 
> I have always been a Mathematics enthusiast and am specially interested in 
> Number Theory. I am a avid reader and have read many research papers and 
> theses. I am also proficient in C++ and Python. I am a part of SDSLabs , a 
> group of Developers and Designers who try to bring technical innovations in 
> and out of campus. I am also part of PAG (Programming and Algorithms 
> Group), a group which takes lectures in competitive programming.
>                       I found the project "Rational Points in Varieties" 
> very interesting and would like to work on it. I have started to read the 
> Charlotte Turner's thesis and exploring the code. But I also need more 
> guidance in understanding the code and further resources.
> Thanks and Regards,
> Kanav Gupta

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