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Topic: first anniversary of the IITS
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Albert D. Rich

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From: Hawaii Island
Registered: 5/30/09
Re: first anniversary of the IITS
Posted: Mar 25, 2014 6:00 PM
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On Tuesday, March 25, 2014 7:03:13 AM UTC-10, clicl...@freenet.de wrote:

>>>> So instead of me, several members of the computer algebra community
>>>> should conduct a systematic check of the entire Charlwood and Timofeev
>>>> test suites to ensure they are optimal and unbiased. I would happy to
>>>> provide such a validation committee with machine readable copies of
>>>> the proposed test suites in the syntax of several popular CA systems.


>>> I certainly didn't mean you, nor did I mean anybody in particular, but
>>> on the other hand felt I obliged to indicate what kind of checking I did
>>> and didn't do. Let's hope a kind soul is reading this!


>> Considering the dearth of support the Independent Integration Test
>> Suite project has received thus far, I'm skeptical any "kind soul" or
>> souls will step up to the task...


> This must be because you are keeping everybody busy struggling along
> behind Rubi, trying to catch up ...


Thanks for stroking my ego, but I can't believe the legions of PhDs and grad students behind what are advertised as the world's most sophisticated computer algebra systems can't keep up with a beekeeper in Germany and a beach bum in Hawaii...

Albert



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