Talk:Cannon's algorithm

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Needs work[edit]

This is kind of a terrible article about Cannon's Algorithm. It talks about it at a high level, which is counter-intuitive, since anyone at that level already knows that. So basically this article is useless. This is a simple algorithm ...why isn't there a simple explanation? Why aren't there any examples? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 164.234.1.20 (talk) 20:48, 22 February 2013 (UTC)