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Satyam.Pandey
Hi all,
I want to contribute to the project "Nearly antipodal points distance accuracy improvement."

I have attached my proposal in the mail. I request the mentors to review my proposal. I know I'm pretty late to start. But it would be great help if you can review my proposal and suggest the changes if required.

Proposal : https://docs.google.com/document/d/19WYR0RHINxqhtu0SIN0ZUxYMNKxAf1LOBPGl7j7hh6U/edit?usp=sharing

Thanks
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Hi Satyam,

I found that your proposal is similar to me in many aspect. I think the
same pattern of GSoC proposal is common, and it does not matter, but your
proposal has too many same description as me. And you did not code for pr

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Hi Satyam,

I found that your proposal is similar to me in many aspect. I think the
same pattern of GSoC proposal is common, and it does not matter, but your
proposal has too many same description as me. And you did not code for
programming competency test, but have the same idea of implement of test.
Do not you think these behaviors means copy???
```
your programming interest

I really enjoy exploring new Mathematical formulation and then converting
these algorithms to codes. I ‘m a huge fan of C/C++  because of its speed
of computation and So, I always wanted to contribute in development of
C++.  I have used Boost modules of Big Integer etc and these modules were
easy to use and are really nicely built. It would be great pleasure to
contribute in such open-source project which determines the future of your
favourite language. I also want to challenge my programming capabilities on
different aspects. Definitely, I did not have experience contributing to
open source community, I will try my best to communicate and learn!

As I am good at mathematical algorithms like geometry, so I decided to take
up the project in Boost.Geometry. The project presents  a really
challenging and interesting problem to me. So I decided to learn how to
solve it. It would be really great if my code can help others and be a part
of boost libraries for me. So I decided to take up this project.

```
```
my programming inerest

I am extremely enjoy learning and spending time on algorithms using C++,
and I also want to challenge my programming capabilities in different
aspects. Once I found Boost, a set of algorithms libraries for C++, I knew
these is a good opportunity for me. Definitely, I did not have experience
contributing to open source community, I will try my best to communicate
and learn!

For I am good at mathematical algorithms like geometry, so I decided to
propose the project of Boost.Geometry. After I finished the Programming
Competency Test from Boost.Geometry, I read the source code of
Boost.Geometry, I found there have plenty basic geometry formula. But it is
better if we can reduce the time complexity by calculating for different
conditions or using other methods. So I decide to contribute to
project1 to avoid
expensive geographic distance calculation whenever possible.

```
```
your milestone and timeline
Community Bonding Period (May 4 to May 29, 2017)

   1.

   Thoroughly understand Boost.Geometry libraries and architecture by
   source code and documents.
   2.

   Completely and thoroughly understand the research paper of Charles F. F.
   Karney
   3.

   Learn meta-programming and other essential knowledge of C++.
   4.

   Get familiar with Boost community.

Official Coding Period (May 30 to August 21, 2017)Official Coding Period
Phase 1 (May 30 to June 26, 2017)

Week 1 (May 30 to June 5, 2017):

   1.

   Learn how to create documentation and tests.
   2.

   Create initial documentation.

Week 2  (June 6 to June 13, 2017):

   1.

   Implement Horner’s Method.

Week 3 to 4 (June 13 to June 27, 2017):

   1.

   Design the test data, and get the code reviewed..
   2.

   Test the method and Check the section to fit the architecture of Boost.
   3.

   Learn differential geodesic geometry to understand the concept of
   reduced length.

Milestone 1: Finished implementing Horner’s MethodOfficial Coding Period
Phase 2 (June 27 to July 24, 2017)

Week 5 to 6 (June 27 to July 18, 2017):

   1.

   Start Implementing  Newton's Method.
   2.

   Create documentation for this section.

Week 6 to 8 (July 18 to July 24, 2017):

   1.

   Design the test data, and get the code reviewed.
   2.

   Test the method and Check the section to fit the architecture of Boost.
   3.

   Analyze the test data, guarantee the correctness of codes.

Milestone 2: Finished implementing Newton’s MethodOfficial Coding Period
Phase 3 (July 25 to August 21, 2017)

Week 9 to 11 (July 25 to August 14, 2017):

   1.

   Implement Helmert’s solution.
   2.

   Decide the condition when to use  it as start guess
   3.

   Design the test data, and get the code reviewed.
   4.

   Test the method and Check the section to fit the architecture of Boost.
   5.

   Analyze the test data, guarantee the correctness of code.

Week 11 to 12 (August 15 to August 21, 2017):

   1.

   Fix bugs and documentation details.
   2.

   Prepare for final delivery.

Milestone 3: Completed implementation of the module.
```
```
my milestone and schedule

Community Bonding Period (May 4 to May 29, 2017):

   1.

   Through understand Boost.Geometry libraries and architecture by source
   code and documents.
   2.

   Make a wiki page (TODO lists and weekly reports).
   3.

   Learn meta-programming and other essential knowledge of C++.
   4.

   Get familiar with development for Boost community.
   5.

   Understand the algorithms of map projection and mathematical calculation
   on ellipsoid.

Official Coding Period (May 30 to August 21, 2017):

Official Coding Period Phase 1 (May 30 to June 26, 2017):

Week 1 (May 30 to June 5, 2017):

   1.

   Learn how to create documentation and tests.
   2.

   Create initial documentation.

Week 2 to 3 (June 6 to June 19, 2017):

   1.

   Implement Condition Division.
   2.

   Check the section to fit the architecture of Boost.
   3.

   Create documentation for these section.

Week 4 (June 20 to June 26, 2017):

   1.

   Design the test data, and review the code.
   2.

   Analyze the test data to define when fall back to expensive geographic
   distance calculation or return the result by comparing approximately.

Milestone 1: Finished implement Condition Division and define “far enough”.

Official Coding Period Phase 2 (June 27 to July 24, 2017):

Week 5 (June 27 to July 10, 2017):

   1.

   Learn differential geometry, check the geodesic segments of two points
   whether can get a cross-section through the center of ellipsoid, and
   whether the cross-section is ellipse that we can calculate the sectorial
   area easy to compare.
   2.

   Create documentation for this section.

Week 6 to 8 (July 11 to July 24, 2017):

   1.

   Implement the algorithm of Calculation with Sectorial Area.
   2.

   Design the test data, and review the code.
   3.

   Analyze the test data, guarantee the correct of algorithms.

Milestone 2: Finished implement Calculation with Sectorial Area.

Official Coding Period Phase 3 (July 25 to August 21, 2017):

Week 9 to 10 (July 25 to August 7, 2017):

   1.

   Implement the architecture of Calculation with Performing a local
   spheroid approximation and return the 2D distance by map projection.
   2.

   Implement the algorithm of Azimuthal equidistant projection accommodate
   equatorial.
   3.

   Implement the algorithm of Azimuthal equidistant projection accommodate
   polar.
   4.

   Implement the algorithm of Azimuthal equidistant projection accommodate
   oblique.
   5.

   Implement the algorithm of Two-point equidistant projection
   6.

   Create documentation for this section.

Week 11 (August 8 to August 14, 2017):

   1.

   Design the test data, and review the code.
   2.

   Analyze the test data, guarantee the correct of algorithms.

Week 11 to 12 (August 15 to August 21, 2017):

   1.

   Fix bugs and documentation details.
   2.

   Prepare for final delivery.

Milestone 3: Finished implement Calculation with Performing a local
spheroid approximation and return the 2D distance by map projection.
```

Above all I received two emails from google docs. Sorry for my language is
Chinese.
The meaning of this email is Satyam Pandey do a replace:replace “Dev
Environment Visual Studio for C# development Eclipse for JAVA development
Code Blocks, Sublime T…”  to“`+”

On Sun, Apr 2, 2017 at 8:06 PM, Satyam Pandey (Google 文档) <
[hidden email]>
 wrote:

> Satyam Pandey向“Proposal
> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=comment_email_document>
> ”添加了一条建议
> [image: Satyam Pandey]
> Satyam Pandey
>
> 替换:将“Dev Environment Visual Studio for C# development Eclipse for JAVA
> development Code Blocks, Sublime T…”替换为“`+”
>
> 打开
> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=suggestion_email_discussion>
> Google Inc. 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA
>
> 您收到此邮件是因为您订阅了有关“Proposal
> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=comment_email_document>
> ”的所有讨论。更改 Google 文档向您发送的内容。
> <https://docs.google.com/document/docos/notify?id=1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k&title=Proposal>
> 您可以通过回复此邮件来参与讨论。
>


--
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Software Engineering
[hidden email] <[hidden email]>

The meaning of this email is Satyam Pandey reject the comment of "Proposal"
from his own, replace “Dev Environment Visual Studio for C# development
Eclipse for JAVA development Code Blocks, Sublime T…”  to“`+”
2017-04-02 21:03 GMT+08:00 Satyam Pandey (Google 文档) <
[hidden email]>
:

> Satyam Pandey拒绝了“Proposal
> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=comment_email_document>
> ”中的建议
> [image: Satyam Pandey]
> Satyam Pandey
>
> 替换:将“Dev Environment Visual Studio for C# development Eclipse for JAVA
> development Code Blocks, Sublime T…”替换为“`+”
>
> [image: Satyam Pandey]
> Satyam Pandey
>
> *已拒绝建议*
> 打开
> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=suggestion_email_discussion>
> Google Inc. 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA
>
> 您收到此邮件是因为您订阅了有关“Proposal
> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=comment_email_document>
> ”的所有讨论。更改 Google 文档向您发送的内容。
> <https://docs.google.com/document/docos/notify?id=1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k&title=Proposal>
> 您可以通过回复此邮件来参与讨论。
>

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[hidden email] <[hidden email]>


On Mon, Apr 3, 2017 at 1:09 AM, Satyam.Pandey via Boost <
[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I want to contribute to the project "Nearly antipodal points distance
> accuracy improvement."
>
> I have attached my proposal in the mail. I request the mentors to review my
> proposal. I know I'm pretty late to start. But it would be great help if
> you
> can review my proposal and suggest the changes if required.
>
> Proposal :
> https://docs.google.com/document/d/19WYR0RHINxqhtu0SIN0ZUxYMNKxAf
> 1LOBPGl7j7hh6U/edit?usp=sharing
>
> Thanks
> Satyam Pandey
>
>
>
> --
> View this message in context: http://boost.2283326.n4.
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>
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Hi Satyam,

I found that your proposal is similar to me in many aspect. I think the
same pattern of GSoC proposal is common, and it does not matter, but your
proposal has too many same description as me. And you did not code for
programming competency test, but have the same idea of implement of test.
Do not you think these behaviors means copy???

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Hi Satyam,
Your proposal is same as me especially on milestone and programming test.
I received two emails from google docs. Sorry for my language is Chinese.
The meaning of this email is Satyam Pandey do a replace:replace “Dev
Environment Visual Studio for C# development Eclipse for JAVA development
Code Blocks, Sublime T…”  to“`+”

On Sun, Apr 2, 2017 at 8:06 PM, Satyam Pandey (Google 文档) <d+
[hidden email]>
 wrote:

> Satyam Pandey向“Proposal
> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=comment_email_document>
> ”添加了一条建议
> [image: Satyam Pandey]
> Satyam Pandey
>
> 替换:将“Dev Environment Visual Studio for C# development Eclipse for JAVA
> development Code Blocks, Sublime T…”替换为“`+”
>
> 打开
> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=suggestion_email_discussion>
> Google Inc. 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA
>
> 您收到此邮件是因为您订阅了有关“Proposal
> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=comment_email_document>
> ”的所有讨论。更改 Google 文档向您发送的内容。
> <https://docs.google.com/document/docos/notify?id=1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k&title=Proposal>
> 您可以通过回复此邮件来参与讨论。
>


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Software Engineering
[hidden email] <[hidden email]>

The meaning of this email is Satyam Pandey reject the comment of "Proposal"
from his own, replace “Dev Environment Visual Studio for C# development
Eclipse for JAVA development Code Blocks, Sublime T…”  to“`+”
2017-04-02 21:03 GMT+08:00 Satyam Pandey (Google 文档) <
[hidden email]>
:

> Satyam Pandey拒绝了“Proposal
> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=comment_email_document>
> ”中的建议
> [image: Satyam Pandey]
> Satyam Pandey
>
> 替换:将“Dev Environment Visual Studio for C# development Eclipse for JAVA
> development Code Blocks, Sublime T…”替换为“`+”
>
> [image: Satyam Pandey]
> Satyam Pandey
>
> *已拒绝建议*
> 打开
> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=suggestion_email_discussion>
> Google Inc. 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA
>
> 您收到此邮件是因为您订阅了有关“Proposal
> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=comment_email_document>
> ”的所有讨论。更改 Google 文档向您发送的内容。
> <https://docs.google.com/document/docos/notify?id=1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k&title=Proposal>
> 您可以通过回复此邮件来参与讨论。
>
I think I need you to give some explanation.

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Hello Ruyong,
I just wanted to explain my part here. I did not copy as per what I
understand.I have tried answering your queries.I hope you will read it
calmly and would try to understand.


   1. As far as I could guess we share similar background of competitive
   programming and have no experience in contributing to any large orgs . So I
   used your proposal as reference for writing my proposal.
   2. Our Programming interest are same cause they are, I will end it here.
   This cannot be called a copy-case because thats-what I feel are the things
   that I like. How can you question that? Every guy that loves maths and
   programming would have written it in the same way and I'm not faking my
   interest toward them as  you can check by following the links that I have
   given about different contest that I have participated in. Or do you want
   to say no-one other than you can like both.
   3. The Timeline was, one feature that I liked in your proposal, so I
   used it. How its copying ? Your exact timeline will not even make sense for
   me,cause we are applying for different Projects.
   4. And I did not understood "And you did not code for programming
   competency test, but have the same idea of implement of test" . What
   does this mean ? . Firstly I haven't read your proposal after you start
   describing "*far enough*" . So ,I did not know what you were doing in
   your test. Even if I knew what you have done or written there, do you
   think, you have claimed that way of solving the problem by putting it in
   your proposal ? And even after reading your proficiency test idea, the
   only thing that matches with my idea is the Basic-Distance function which
   is the first result that we get after googling the problem ? So , have we
   both copied from google ??


And please before going public with this, you could have at-least talked to
me personally. I don't think Boost-Developer mailing list is meant for such
discussions. Mailing list are made for communication that concerns the
whole org not any individual. You could have directly mailed to me, before
creating this nuisance.
Genuinely you should be happy that people are following your style and if
not, at least think a little before calling someone cheat because borrowing
ideas are not equivalent to cheating , in anyway.

I apologize to all for spamming their mail-boxes

Thanks
Satyam Pandey

On Mon, Apr 3, 2017 at 5:12 AM, Satyam Pandey <[hidden email]>
wrote:

> Hello Ruyong,
> I just wanted to explain my part here. I did not copy as per what I
> understand.I have tried answering your queries.I hope you will read it
> calmly and would try to understand.
>
>
>    1. As far as I could guess we share similar background of competitive
>    programming and have no experience in contributing to any large orgs . So I
>    used your proposal as reference for writing my proposal.
>    2. Our Programming interest are same cause they are, I will end it
>    here. This cannot be called a copy-case because thats-what I feel are the
>    things that I like. How can you question that? Every guy that loves maths
>    and programming would have written it in the same way and I'm not faking my
>    interest toward them as  you can check by following the links that I have
>    given about different contest that I have participated in. Or do you want
>    to say no-one other than you can like both.
>    3. The Timeline was, one feature that I liked in your proposal, so I
>    used it. How its copying ? Your exact timeline will not even make sense for
>    me,cause we are applying for different Projects.
>    4. And I did not understood "And you did not code for programming
>    competency test, but have the same idea of implement of test" . What
>    does this mean ? . Firstly I haven't read your proposal after you start
>    describing "*far enough*" . So ,I did not know what you were doing in
>    your test. Even if I knew what you have done or written there, do you
>    think, you have claimed that way of solving the problem by putting it in
>    your proposal ? And even after reading your proficiency test idea, the
>    only thing that matches with my idea is the Basic-Distance function which
>    is the first result that we get after googling the problem ? So , have we
>    both copied from google ??
>
>
> And please before going public with this, you could have at-least talked
> to me personally. I don't think Boost-Developer mailing list is meant for
> such discussions. Mailing list are made for communication that concerns the
> whole org not any individual. You could have directly mailed to me, before
> creating this nuisance.
> Genuinely you should be happy that people are following your style and if
> not, at least think a little before calling someone cheat because borrowing
> ideas are not equivalent to cheating , in anyway.
>
> I apologize to all for spamming their mail-boxes
>
> Thanks
> Satyam Pandey.
>
>
>
>
> On Mon, Apr 3, 2017 at 3:13 AM, Ruoyun Jing <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> Hi Satyam,
>> Your proposal is same as me especially on milestone and programming test.
>> I received two emails from google docs. Sorry for my language is Chinese.
>> The meaning of this email is Satyam Pandey do a replace:replace “Dev
>> Environment Visual Studio for C# development Eclipse for JAVA development
>> Code Blocks, Sublime T…”  to“`+”
>>
>> On Sun, Apr 2, 2017 at 8:06 PM, Satyam Pandey (Google 文档) <
>> d+MTA0OTYzMTEyNjU1MDQ4ODM2NjY4-MTE2NjIwMzk2NDMwMjUwNDI3
>> [hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>>> Satyam Pandey向“Proposal
>>> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=comment_email_document>
>>> ”添加了一条建议
>>> [image: Satyam Pandey]
>>> Satyam Pandey
>>>
>>> 替换:将“Dev Environment Visual Studio for C# development Eclipse for JAVA
>>> development Code Blocks, Sublime T…”替换为“`+”
>>>
>>> 打开
>>> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=suggestion_email_discussion>
>>> Google Inc. 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA
>>>
>>> 您收到此邮件是因为您订阅了有关“Proposal
>>> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=comment_email_document>
>>> ”的所有讨论。更改 Google 文档向您发送的内容。
>>> <https://docs.google.com/document/docos/notify?id=1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k&title=Proposal>
>>> 您可以通过回复此邮件来参与讨论。
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> Northwest University of China
>> Software Engineering
>> [hidden email] <[hidden email]>
>>
>> The meaning of this email is Satyam Pandey reject the comment of
>> "Proposal" from his own, replace “Dev Environment Visual Studio for C#
>> development Eclipse for JAVA development Code Blocks, Sublime T…”  to“`+”
>> 2017-04-02 21:03 GMT+08:00 Satyam Pandey (Google 文档) <
>> d+MTA0OTYzMTEyNjU1MDQ4ODM2NjY4-MTE2NjIwMzk2NDMwMjUwNDI3
>> [hidden email]>:
>>
>>> Satyam Pandey拒绝了“Proposal
>>> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=comment_email_document>
>>> ”中的建议
>>> [image: Satyam Pandey]
>>> Satyam Pandey
>>>
>>> 替换:将“Dev Environment Visual Studio for C# development Eclipse for JAVA
>>> development Code Blocks, Sublime T…”替换为“`+”
>>>
>>> [image: Satyam Pandey]
>>> Satyam Pandey
>>>
>>> *已拒绝建议*
>>> 打开
>>> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=suggestion_email_discussion>
>>> Google Inc. 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA
>>>
>>> 您收到此邮件是因为您订阅了有关“Proposal
>>> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k/edit?disco=AAAAA9C1YwA&usp=comment_email_document>
>>> ”的所有讨论。更改 Google 文档向您发送的内容。
>>> <https://docs.google.com/document/docos/notify?id=1wj9xPSmdehh9MzE-3MGHMu7cwMhDPASUEvU9pJbrW7k&title=Proposal>
>>> 您可以通过回复此邮件来参与讨论。
>>>
>>
>> I think I need you to give some explanation.
>>
>> --
>> Northwest University of China
>> Software Engineering
>> [hidden email] <[hidden email]>
>>
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