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forced BE? [Design Issues]

posted by ElMaestro - Denmark, 2017-08-07 15:58  - Posting: # 17672
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Hi Hötzi,

» Right. But IMHO, the quality of bootstrapping depends on the input. Remember what you once wrote?

I had forgotten that :-D

Truth be told, my aging brain seems to have very little ability to remember anything farther back than 2 weeks. That thread was from 2009, I think the Commodore 64 was still hot back then and movies were in black and white?!

» OT: In your current signature you claim to have “an affair with the bootstrap”. Really an affair? I mean, does it respond to your love? Or is it just calf love?

Manuscript accepted last week. Details to follow. I used the bootstrop to solve a BE-related problem that no Sponsor apparently was able to find a solution to over the last five years. One reviewer was pretty upset (I even got spanked for using the term Sponsor). I hope it wasn't you :-D:-D:-D
I am trying to re-arrange a meeting in September; if I am successful I can give a 20 min talk about it at the event in Prague if anyone cares? It requires, though, that the paper (probably a one-pager in letter form) is published at that time.

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Best regards,
ElMaestro

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