[Haskell-cafe] Dynamic thread management?

Andrew Coppin andrewcoppin at btinternet.com
Tue Aug 21 13:32:55 EDT 2007

Tim Chevalier wrote:
> Anyone can submit a paper to a CS journal or conference. While most
> people who do so are affiliated with universities, research labs, or
> (more rarely) non-research companies, there are independent
> researchers out there, and sometimes you'll notice a paper where
> someone is listed by just their name with no affiliation. Conferences
> issue calls for papers (you might see some posted on this mailing
> list) that give you an idea for the rough format of the paper and
> submission guidelines. But really, you'll want to find a mentor who
> can give you advice on how to write a paper that will fit the mold.
> First come up with a technical result that you believe is
> paper-worthy, then find other people to talk to who can confirm that
> opinion and help you get your paper submitted :-)

I highly doubt that automatic threading will happen any time this decade 
- but I just learned something worth while from reading this email. ;-)

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