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Old 2014-11-24, 17:42   #1
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Please find attached my latest paper.

I have given up on the rigmarole of journal submission procedures
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Old 2014-11-24, 17:49   #2
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Why the filename?
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No particular reason -- we called the algorithm "Frobenius-Underwood".
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A revision of the above paper is now available at arXiv: https://arxiv.org/abs/1706.01265
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Why the filename?
I thought maybe it was an abbreviated message to the peer-review racket. :)

Paul, like you I've become a straight-to-arXiv kinda guy. No paywall, let the 'free marketplace of ideas' decide whether one's work is worthwhile, rather than some tiny handful of mystery reviewers. It's the open-source version of research-paper publishing, IMO.
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Paul, like you I've become a straight-to-arXiv kinda guy. No paywall, let the 'free marketplace of ideas' decide whether one's work is worthwhile, rather than some tiny handful of mystery reviewers. It's the open-source version of research-paper publishing, IMO.
Even if you decide to publish in a journal, if you post the paper to the arXiv first you let the information disseminate quickly and easily. It's definitely the way to go.
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