Re: Student looking for re-readers for his thesis ( it deals with embedded system, USB, Linux, microcontrolers, firmwares ... )
From: DEMAINE Benoit-Pierre (nntp_pipex_at_demaine.info)
Date: Thu, 09 Dec 2004 21:53:55 +0000
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| In embedded and limited systems, the computing time should
| stay constant, and the error ratio should not change in each
| computation. A random search may increase slightly the speed of
| the process; however, this gain occurs at the expense of large
| variations in error ratio.
I desegree with you : the phrasing
"the computing time should stay constant"
means that I put authority to claim it is right, what is not my aim. I
am not experienced enough to claim that what _I_ think _is_ right !!!
That is why I dont want to use that kind of phrasing. It could make the
reader think that what I write /is/ the only truth ... whereas I expect
many parts of my report to be, in worse case, wrong, or at least
possibly not the only solution ...
DEMAINE Benoît-Pierre http:/www.demaine.info/
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