A library for computing with Abelian functions, Riemann surface, and algebraic curves.
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@SartorisX That's probably a good idea. (Refactors sometimes require complete rewrites.) There are some chunks that should remain as they are (lattice_reduce.c
, the C code containing the finite sum stuff) but should definitely be looked at for errors and thoroughly tested. Much of the Cython stuff needs to be reworked, especially to take advantage of memoryviews since Grady and I discovered that the approach we're using is OS-dependent. (!)
I still recommend branching from dev
and putting your work into there. Don't worry about including a depreciated
directory. Git will take care of keeping track of old stuff.
Once I'm done with this RCV stuff I'd like to work with you more closely on Riemann theta. It's always been something I've wanted to make more robust.
radiusN
. I'm working on a test suite already. The most basic test is to compare the output of radiusN
with radius1
and radius2
with identical input. I don't know what data is out there for direct comparison testing. Maybe we can test against some Maple output?
finite_sum.c
before we meet. It should me self-explainatory. I also have a couple of minor improvements I want to implement since my C skills have improved since 2012.
TestMaple
TestCase?