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Citation114:46, 10 October 2015
Is this complete?021:01, 22 July 2015
references016:49, 15 February 2014
references016:44, 15 February 2014

Citation

A requirement is "is the citation understandable by the general public (e.g. spell out acronyms, avoid jargon)". As such this proposed citation is heavy on technical terms and will not be understandable by the general public. I think proposal has merit bu cannot support it at this point owing to the citation.

Djkemp12:40, 8 October 2015
 

I'm inclined to agree. Too much of the citation space is used to enumerate subelements, when it could be used to clarify the main innovation.

Jsoares14:46, 10 October 2015
 
 

Is this complete?

Hi,

Other than a couple of references that I'd like to add, but which aren't in my view necessary, I think this proposal is virtually complete. I'd appreciate any and all comments on the content. Where should I get more/better documentation, what are the weakest points, etc. etc.

Thank You

Dave Haas

David Haas21:01, 22 July 2015
 
 

references

Please add references below, which have good references to the proposal. [1]David O. woodbury, "A Measure for Greatness", McGRAW-HILL Company,(1949) [2]John H Miller,"Weston Technucal Monograph", (Weston Co.),1977) [3]Eiju MATSUMOTO,"Edward Weston Made His Mark on the History of Instrumentation",IEEE Instrumentation Magazine,(2003)

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Eijuma16:49, 15 February 2014
 
 

references

Please add references below, which have good references to the proposal. [1]David O. woodbury, "A Measure for Greatness", McGRAW-HILL Comp. (1949) [2]John H Miller,"Weston Technucal Monograph", (Weston Co.),1977) [3]Eiju MATSUOT,"Edward Weston Made His Mark on the History of Instrumentation",IEEE Instrumentation Magazine,(2003)

Eijuma16:44, 15 February 2014