[e2e] was double blind, now reproduceable results
Fu Cheng Peng, Franklin
ASCPFu at ntu.edu.sg
Fri May 21 17:19:50 PDT 2004
From: end2end-interest-bounces at postel.org on behalf of Michael Savoric
Sent: Fri 5/21/2004 5:50 PM
To: end2end-interest at postel.org
Subject: Re: [e2e] was double blind, now reproduceable results
#Saad Biaz wrote:
#The source of the problem in this matter is the tendency of
#to accept only papers that tell a happy story, a successful
#forget that we learn more from a sad, than a happy story.
savoric at ee.tu-berlin.de wrote:
>So, I wanted to publish some of these (not only negative but
>results on a prominent conference to inform the research
>community about my results.
I completely agree with it, both negative (unhappy) and constructive (happy) results are important, more debating, more clear the fact is . The research should aim to find some novel, unknown, hidden or even erroneous perceptions in existing results / phenomenons. This is already proved numerous times in human science history.
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