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Topic: The paper Matt and Reid coauthored at MIT is actually brilliant.
9 months ago
inb4 "it's derivative dribble". The process they used performed the highest hit ratio (with > 50% accuracy) for probabilistic methods that I've ever seen!
+ — Leonidas !nBpim1wazU 9 months ago , 1 minute later [^] [v] #125,850
+ Anonymous — C 9 months ago , 5 minutes later, 6 minutes after the original post [^] [v] #125,856
Is this some kind of communist/terrorist manifesto? Perhaps that's why Matt made a deal with Reid.
· (OP) — Point !h.Ps90uO.s 9 months ago , 4 minutes later, 11 minutes after the original post [^] [v] #125,860
@previous ( C)
It's a CS paper they coauthored at MIT, to show how forward-error correction can be improved.
+ Anonymous — D 9 months ago , 2 hours later, 2 hours after the original post [^] [v] #125,911
lol, it's one of those auto-generated papers. Those are quite brilliant actually!
· — Leonidas !nBpim1wazU 9 months ago , 48 minutes later, 3 hours after the original post [^] [v] #125,920
@previous ( D)
All technical papers look like gibberish. Poor communication skills.
· Anonymous — D 9 months ago , 23 minutes later, 3 hours after the original post [^] [v] #125,928
"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." - Arthur C. Clarke