I guess the best way to have an idea of what the project is is to have a 
look at how polynomials are implemented in Sage, what underlying libraries 
are used, how they are interfaced and so on.
You'll see it is quite a mess with classes mostly relying on one low level 
C library but also calling functions from other C libraries for specific 
This is nor clean nor really optimized, a lot of time is lost converting 
btw the binary format the different libraries are expecting.


On Monday, March 12, 2018 at 12:17:52 PM UTC+1, madhura...@gmail.com wrote:
> Hi,
> I am Madhuram Jajoo from St. James' School and currently pursuing Computer 
> Science and Engineering (Bachelor of Engineering 3rd Year). I have a strong 
> foundation in Java/C/C++ as I have been into coding since last 6 years. I 
> have done 3 projects related to deep learning, one under Calcutta Police 
> and two under my College Professors. Being an IITJEE(Indian Institute of 
> Technology Joint Entrance Examination) ex-aspirant I have great thirst in 
> the fields of Mathematics.
> I have gone through the list of ideas and "Redesigning the polynomial 
> class hierarchy and linking with libraries" project has intrigued me a lot. 
> I know I am a bit late but I think I can pull it off. I think I know all it 
> requires to complete the project.
> Please guide me through this. Eagerly waiting for your response.
> Thank You.

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