[mlpack] [GSoc] Need assistance in patches
14bscsmzafar at seecs.edu.pk
Fri Mar 31 10:39:27 EDT 2017
I also wanted to ask that is it the right time to decide which algorithms
should be included(and if yes, should we go for all?) ?
And should training and gradient descent be included? (It won't harm!, if
someone wants to train on the phone!)
Anxiously waiting for your feedback on proposal!
On Thu, Mar 30, 2017 at 12:07 AM, Shoaib Zafar <14bscsmzafar at seecs.edu.pk>
> Hi Ryan,
> I've submitted the 1st draft of the proposal by the name "Porting of
> mlpack on android with proper documentation", email account used for it is
> shoaibzafar95 at gmail.com . Please take a look at it (It is not my best
> work, I will concentrate on it now as research is mostly done)
> As far as libraries go, Amradillo is compiling fine on android studio now,
> and is usable in programs. I can upload a test apk somewhere(or github) if
> you want to take a look. (It will currently work only on arm64 devices).
> Shoaib Zafar
> On Tue, Mar 28, 2017 at 11:52 PM, Ryan Curtin <ryan at ratml.org> wrote:
>> On Tue, Mar 28, 2017 at 11:50:55PM +0500, Shoaib Zafar wrote:
>> > Hi Ryan,
>> > Thank you for assistance. I looked into arm arch's AUR. They are also
>> > fortan compiler to compile blas and lapack.
>> > Compilation of armadillo was successful! Now some I am fiddling with
>> > android studio (some configuration issues exist) but I'm confident now
>> > the code will run.
>> > I also wanted to notify you that my End Semester Exams would be taking
>> > place on 12 June to 16 June. I am planning to take a break for it's
>> > preparation and semester projects ranging from 15th May to 16 June. To
>> > cover up, I'll start my work early. My seniors which had participated in
>> > GSoc 16 were also successful while taking a month off. (This project is
>> > also not too lengthy and I have done a lot of homework)
>> > I am also working on the proposal and would submit 1st draft by
>> Great, glad you got Armadillo configured.
>> The final exams are no problem; I think we have students in the past who
>> have had similar situations. Working early is a perfectly fine
>> Ryan Curtin | "Happy premise #2: There is no giant foot trying
>> ryan at ratml.org | to squash me." - Kit Ramsey
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