Thursday, June 25, 2015

The Small Victories

As any long distance runner/blogger will tell you, It's the small victories that matter.

Twenty years ago, I got a paper published that was at the crossroads between extreme fluid dynamics (two phase flow in a turbulent regime in zero gravity) and something that could be viewed today as a Machine Learning classification task.  Because it was way far from traditional approaches in that area of engineering, it had problems with the peer review (I think it got eventually accepted because the reviewer actually died and there were too few specialists in this area to say something about what we had).

It so happens that our recent paper in Scientific Reports has just garnered more citations that than paper.

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