Wikipedia:Peer review/Ackermann function/archive1
(moved from Village Pump at 2:52 EST by User:Pakaran)
I added a table to that article. It was based on another table (which I link to) but it shouldn't be a copyvio because I just copied the numbers (and to some extent the format). I could have generated my own table, or typed in the values from scratch, in a bit more time. Is my editorial comment at the bottom of the table section appropriate? I guess I have a sense of awe towards the function that's proving quite hard to get rid of, and it shows in the article.
On another note - I mentioned in the talk page that NIST has their own version of the Ackermann function - which seems incompatible with ours, and which does not appear anywhere else on the web. Are they just plain wrong?
Thanks! -- Pakaran 04:46, 25 Nov 2003 (UTC)
Update: I added a lot of content to the article, and I have been informed that there is no copyvio issue. I'd be interested in comments. -- Pakaran 06:47, 25 Nov 2003 (UTC)
- Just in case you are not aware of it Wikipedia:Peer review is another place to ask for comments ... it seems to be on plenty of people's watchlists. (Probably not as many as the mighty VP though!) Pete 10:15, 25 Nov 2003 (UTC)
- I'd already computed some of the numbers and put them on the talk page, based on the definition already in the article, so I doubt the numbers themselves could somehow in any way be copyrighted by some other site... Κσυπ Cyp 12:16, 25 Nov 2003 (UTC)
- Thanks Cyp. Yeah, I doubt that's any longer a concern. I'm interested in re view of my comments on the asymptotic behavior of naive attempts to compute the function. Thanks. -- Pakaran 05:21, 4 Dec 2003 (UTC)