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Subject: Re: Proving something is better

Author: Bruce Moreland

Date: 23:42:55 12/18/02

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On December 19, 2002 at 00:53:55, Omid David Tabibi wrote:

>For example, see Tables 2 and 6: vrfd R=3 solves about the same number of
>positions as std R=1. See Table 4: vrfd R=3 solves far more positions than R=2
>and R=3.

VR=3 takes longer to produce these results than R=3 does, so you can't make this
conclusion.

This is like concluding that a VW bug is faster than a drag racer because it can
drive further before it runs out of gas.

You achieved more miles in more hours.  This does not mean you achieved more
miles per hour.

bruce



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