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Octave has participated in the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) since 2011 and the ESA Summer of Code in Space (SoCiS) since 2012. Both programs continue to bring potential new contributors to Octave and have them work on interesting projects that could be merged into Octave or otherwise benefit the Octave community.
This page lists all current and past summer of code projects done for Octave under both programs.
Stay tuned for Summer of Code 2016!
The following projects have been accepted for the 2015 GSoC, under the GNU Project umbrella this year.
|Asma Afzal||Optimization package: Add Matlab-compatible lsqcurvefit, lsqlin, lsqnonlin, etc.|
|Piotr Held||Interface to the TISEAN library|
|Antonio Pino Robles||Improved performance of funm and related matrix functions|
|Carnë Draug||Bioformats for Octave, implement watershed, and improve regionprops and hist3|
|Eduardo Fernández||Incomplete matrix factorizations|
|Eugenio Gianniti||Finite element modeling using an interface to FEniCS|
|David Spies||Improvements to handling of sparse matrices|
|Jacopo Corno||Matlab-compatible ODE solvers|
|Ahsan Said||Agora Octave web site|
|Vytautas Jančauskas||Audio processing and file I/O functions|
|Gedeone||General purpose finite element method library|
|Andrej Lojdl||TeX rendering engine for plotting figures|
|Carnë Draug||Improve N-dimensional image support in the image package|
|Matheus Vieira Portela||GUI for manipulating closed-loop systems for the control package|
|Riupeng Li||Incomplete sparse LU and Cholesky factorizations|
|Kai Torben Ohlhus||Other improvements to sparse LU and Cholesky factorizations|
|LYH||JIT compilation improvements|
|Roberto Porcù||Geometric integrators for Hamiltonian systems and ODE solvers|
|Max Brister||JIT compilation using LLVM|
|Jacob Dawid||Native Octave GUI|
|Benjamin Lewis||Least squares spectral analysis toolbox|
|Wendy Liu||Agora Octave web site|
|Andrius Sutas||Low-level I/O functions|
|Daniel Kraft||Profiler for the Octave interpreter|