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I am a computer science Ph.D. candidate at the University of Sussex, in the CCNR lab (Centre for Computational Neuroscience and Robotics).
 
I am a computer science Ph.D. candidate at the University of Sussex, in the CCNR lab (Centre for Computational Neuroscience and Robotics).
  
I am the author of MPFA; an open source arbitrary-precision affine arithmetic library, based on the GNU MPFR library (https://github.com/jamesturner246/mpfa).
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I am the author of Arpra; an open source arbitrary-precision range analysis library, based on the GNU MPFR library (https://github.com/arpra-project/arpra).
  
 
I am also a developer in the GeNN project (GPU enhanced Neural Networks) team, alongside Prof. Thomas Nowotny, Dr. Jamie Knight and Dr. Esin Yavuz (https://github.com/genn-team/genn).
 
I am also a developer in the GeNN project (GPU enhanced Neural Networks) team, alongside Prof. Thomas Nowotny, Dr. Jamie Knight and Dr. Esin Yavuz (https://github.com/genn-team/genn).

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James Paul Turner

I am a computer science Ph.D. candidate at the University of Sussex, in the CCNR lab (Centre for Computational Neuroscience and Robotics).

I am the author of Arpra; an open source arbitrary-precision range analysis library, based on the GNU MPFR library (https://github.com/arpra-project/arpra).

I am also a developer in the GeNN project (GPU enhanced Neural Networks) team, alongside Prof. Thomas Nowotny, Dr. Jamie Knight and Dr. Esin Yavuz (https://github.com/genn-team/genn).