Port and quantum computation

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Port and quantum computation

Post by akzy » 09:43 Tue 06 Aug 2019

Hi team,

Thought I would share a terribly embarrassing moment in my academic career. I recently submitted a paper on the work I do on quantum computation and hidden in my automatic reference was a link. This was highlighted during the peer review stage.
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To save you the hassle of checking yourself, that was for Warre's LBV 2004 on Amazon...

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Re: Port and quantum computation

Post by DRT » 23:39 Tue 06 Aug 2019

Excellent!

Not only did you prove that you can multi-task you also provided an opportunity to prove that the peer review process is effective 88)

More importantly, how was the W2004LBV?
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Re: Port and quantum computation

Post by akzy » 10:33 Wed 07 Aug 2019

We had multiple contribute to the paper, but when it was spotted, everyone knew did it.

I haven't had it yet. I'm going to save it for when the paper is accepted and in the journal - this seems apt.

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Re: Port and quantum computation

Post by jdaw1 » 20:26 Thu 08 Aug 2019

Fabulous ‘error’.

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Re: Port and quantum computation

Post by PhilW » 10:29 Fri 09 Aug 2019

Great copy/paste error; just a shame it didn't make it past peer review before being spotted! Is it possible for a colleague to cite your draft version, rather than the final published version, when referencing your work... ?

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Re: Port and quantum computation

Post by akzy » 13:57 Fri 09 Aug 2019

PhilW wrote:
10:29 Fri 09 Aug 2019
Great copy/paste error; just a shame it didn't make it past peer review before being spotted! Is it possible for a colleague to cite your draft version, rather than the final published version, when referencing your work... ?
Yes there is. It's available as version 1 in the preprint arxiv server, which can be cited -https://arxiv.org/abs/1908.00267v1.
This version however will be significantly different to the final published version where all the figures, text and formatting will be changed to match the journal's style.

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