[e2e] YNT: A Question on the TCP handoff
detlef.bosau at web.de
Tue Dec 13 09:46:07 PST 2005
Alper Kamil Demir wrote:
> >Perhaps you could even have a look at my humble try for the "lower
> >layers"? At the moment I would appreciate some assistance / correction /
> > feedback in some channel coding issues I only begin to understand.
> I had a look at it, too. It is very preliminary. I wouldn't say
> "lower layers in mobile networks used for packet swithcing". I would
> say ".... interacting with packet-switching" or some orher thing cause
> packets are not switched on the lower layers. They are frames. I know
> I hear something you beg for the differ. I don't know. I guess it has been
> used in the literature that way. Just an idea.
Admittedly, I´m somwhat disappointed here. Of course, I said my table is
However, this is not an invitation to write: "Wonderful! It´s
peliminary! It´s far from complete!"
Translated from "ancient Greek" to modern English this means nothing
else than: "You´re an idiot."
It´s exactly the same experience as if you submit a paper and the
reviewer comment is simple, precise, short:
This is always extremely helpful :-)
When I presented this link here, this was an honest invitation for
correction and comments. O.k., when there is no time to comment it, it´s
But I don´t like comments like: "It´s wrong." or "It´s not correct." or
something else without being told what´s incorrect or what´s missing.
I admittedly find this annoying.
You´re free to call me an idiot - if only you give reasons for it.
It´s just my personal opinion, I don´t want to offend anybody.
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