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Re: looking for a programmer who can help me : PAID

From: Jordi Gutiérrez Hermoso
Subject: Re: looking for a programmer who can help me : PAID
Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2011 10:55:07 -0500

2011/4/14  <address@hidden>:
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jordi Gutiérrez Hermoso"

>> I hope you don't mind if I reply publicly. I have a few questions.
>> On 13 April 2011 21:59,  <address@hidden> wrote:
>>> The goal is, say, user types fzero1(using our method), take 30 sec.
>>> user types fzero(using existing method in Octave or Matlab), take 5
>>> days (say it's a very large scale problem).
>> I don't use Windows, and neither do most of the other experienced
>> Octave coders I know of. I think this may be a slight hurdle, but
>> not insurmountable.

> 1. I am a both Linux and Windows user, OS should not be an issue.
> (I'll help Prof Han, Tianmin for the OS related stuff)

Thanks, that's good news.

>> I have a concern, however. Is there any secrecy involved? I'm
>> personally less likely to be interested if you want me to implement
>> this super-fast fzero breakthrough but then won't allow me to push
>> my implementation to our Mercurial repository.

> 2. The 1st author, Prof Han, Tianmin, likes this algorithm be as
> popular as it can. You can put the code anywhere. If you work for
> Octave(your email address is, make it a build-in, show
> off to Matlab users/developers/management.

This is also very good news.

> I have uploaded the papers at:
> Two of them have published already, one of them is accepted, will be
> out in May, 2011. Another one will be published in Oct ~ Nov 2011.

Are these preprints? So presumably they may contain small errors?

> Please send me a private email how much you'll charge.

Very well, I think this sounds very good. I'll email you shortly
privately to discuss particulars.

- Jordi G. H.

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