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    Definition of infinite

    Number of times a paper has to be revised before it can be considered half-way decent.

    2006-10-30 12:54 | 4 Comment(s) | Filed in

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    De: Anónima Fecha: 2006-10-30 14:44

    :)

    It seems that writing papers is harder than being a paperback writer.

    Perhaps papers should come with a hardbacks to match the hard life of the paper writer? ;)

    PD: Well, it's silly, but it's also harder to write comments in english...



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    De: JJ Fecha: 2006-10-30 14:47

    At least you don't have to revise them to exhaustion...



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    De: Juan Lupion Fecha: 2006-10-30 14:54

    Infinite, n: Number of less-than-decent papers to be read by the reviewer.



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    De: JJ Fecha: 2006-10-30 14:57

    I disagree! Unless it's an inmortal reviewer, the number is, by definition, finite!



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