2018
Jun
18
accepted Rainbow flag in paper
Jun
14
revised Rainbow flag in paper
add more info / clarify
Jun
14
asked Rainbow flag in paper
2017
Nov
28
awarded  Yearling
Nov
28
awarded  Teacher
Nov
28
comment Mention two-body-problem in PhD applications? If so, where?
@yupsi you're right; I've added a clarification. In CS you can easily work from home, so you could frame it this way.
Nov
28
revised Mention two-body-problem in PhD applications? If so, where?
added 55 characters in body
Nov
28
answered Mention two-body-problem in PhD applications? If so, where?
Jan
7
awarded  Scholar
Jan
7
accepted Is improving a simple algorithm without beating the state of the art still publishable?
2016
Dec
20
comment Is improving a simple algorithm without beating the state of the art still publishable?
@emory it didn't work well for our application, but the same code was able to reproduce the results on the original paper. The modification gives other results, you can then perform a t-test to show that they are statistically better than the original.
Dec
20
comment Is improving a simple algorithm without beating the state of the art still publishable?
@Ray yes, the 1-line change is just multiplying some quantity by a magical number, the 5-line change is still much simpler than SOA and easy to understand if you understand the Simple algorithm
Dec
20
awarded  Editor
Dec
20
revised Is improving a simple algorithm without beating the state of the art still publishable?
mentioning difference to other question
Dec
19
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
18
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
18
awarded  Good Question
Dec
18
awarded  Yearling
Dec
17
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
17
awarded  Student