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Old 2005-12-15, 02:26   #10
John Renze
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Originally Posted by Citrix
I do not know any mathematicians, so I guess people on this forum will have to read my paper first.
This isn't a compromise at all. There are plenty of people on this forum who are competent to discuss and evaluate your work.

I would second Paul's suggestion to get an informal writeup of your results on paper and share it with people. Mathematical papers do not come off the pen in the polished form in which they are printed. Until you have been through the process, you probably don't realize how much of a paper's life cycle is spent as informal notes and discussions.

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