Recently I've implemented a pipeline given from a paper, there are three main steps two of these are offline and the third one is real time. The real time part was particularly difficult to implement, and mainly because of lack of details. More specifically the problem was the authors provided a function and they said "we minimize this function". The problem with that is that is wasn't explained how they actually solved the problem and I had in the first place work out all the mathematical details by myself. I've done a detailed analysis that wasn't provided by the original paper, like predicting solution in some cases, computational complexity. Given that this algorithm was real time then this analysis can be useful for whoever would like to implement it.
The question is, given a paper that tells you "we solved our problem using this and we have obtained these numbers" can be worth publishing all the analysis that can theoretically justify those numbers?
In my mind this could also be useful for validation purpose of whoever wants to implement it.
Also, it would be nice to have some example of this if it happens.