On Tue, 21 Jan 2014 21:56:17 +0530, jennifer stone wrote:

> I am an undergraduate student with CS as major and have interest in Math

> and Physics. This has led me to use NumPy and SciPy to work on innumerable

> cases involving special polynomial functions and polynomials like Legendre

> polynomials, Bessel Functions and so on. So, The packages are closer known

> to me from this point of view. I have a* few proposals* in mind. But I

> don't have any idea if they are acceptable within the scope of GSoC

> 1. Many special functions and polynomials are neither included in NumPy nor

> on SciPy.. These include Ellipsoidal Harmonic Functions (lames function),

> Cylindrical Harmonic function. Scipy at present supports only spherical

> Harmonic function.

SciPy's spherical harmonics are very inefficient if one is only interested in

computing one specific order. I'd be so happy if someone would work on that!

Stéfan

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