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Travis Oliphant for the majority of code adaptationJim Hugunin, Paul Dubois, Konrad Hinsen, David Ascher, and many others for Numeric on which the code is based.Perry Greenfield, J Todd Miller, Rick White, Paul Barrett for Numarray which gave much inspiration and showed the way forward.Paul Dubois for Masked ArraysPearu Peterson for f2py and numpy.distutils and help with code organizationRobert Kern for mtrand, bug fixes, help with distutils, code organization, and much more. Eric Jones for sundry subroutinesFernando Perez for code snippets, ideas, bugfixes, and testing.Ed Schofield for matrix.py patches, bugfixes, testing, and docstrings.Robert Cimrman for array set operations and numpy.distutils helpJohn Hunter for code snippets (from matplotlib)Chris Hanley for help with records.py, testing, and bug fixes.Travis Vaught, Joe Cooper, Jeff Strunk for administration of numpy.org web site and SVN Eric Firing for bugfixes.Arnd Baecker for 64-bit testingDavid Cooke for many code improvements including the auto-generated C-API, and optimizations.Alexander Belopolsky (Sasha) for Masked array bug-fixes and tests, rank-0 array improvements, scalar math help and other code additionsFrancesc Altet for unicode and nested record tests and much help with rooting out nested record array bugs. Tim Hochberg for getting the build working on MSVC, optimization improvements, and code reviewCharles Harris for the sorting code originally written for Numarray and for improvements to polyfit, many bug fixes, and documentation strings.A.M. Archibald for no-copy-reshape code. David Huard for histogram improvements including 2-d and d-d code and other bug-fixes. Albert Strasheim for documentation, bug-fixes, regression tests and Valgrind expertise.Stefan van der Walt for documentation, bug-fixes and regression-tests.Andrew Straw for help with http://www.scipy.org, documentation, and testing. David Cournapeau for documentation, bug-fixes, and code contributions including fast_clipping.