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Re: Asunto: looking for time-consuming Octave app

From: Javier Fernandez Baldomero
Subject: Re: Asunto: looking for time-consuming Octave app
Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2004 21:19:22 +0200
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Hi, Pablo, thanks for your help,

Currently I have a couple of applications in queue (work for months :-)
of greater size. Also, reviewers can be very picky and could directly
reject an example just because "it looks like a toy problem", independently
that it might not be true. I mean, just because it's only 5 lines of code,
some reviewer can say "toy problem" and the paper is automatically
rejected, without further studying the five lines in detail.

With the two applications in queue I have plenty of work until summer :-)
Again, thanks for your response


address@hidden wrote:

a=[1:length_array] #length_array=5000~10000
3.- of certain interest (ie, chances of being accepted
   in a congress or journal on the subject if computing
   time could be significantly reduced)

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