The paper was for INFOCOM; the SIGCOMM deadline was something different. And the INFOCOM deadline was extended by a day, since something in the submission software was not working correctly. Such extensions are about as much relief as an extended visit to the dentist.
I'm working from home this morning. So far, I've looked at the most recent Springer Applied and Computational Math catalog, read through
our paper submission again, and thought muddled thoughts. I've made two observations that do seem pretty clear, though. The first observation
involves a point of linear algebra involving a hypothesis about equivalence classes of matrix Hessenberg forms under unitary similarity. The second
observation is not my own, but is striking nonetheless: a Google search for
monkeys drinking coffee includes this blog in the first
page of results.
Back to the brachiating.
- Currently drinking: Black coffee.