combox-paper

notes and other things concerning combox
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commit b84991f66252f926d09bda1738f407bc6139b56d
parent 4868eb43b69d38640b95479030f411237abc260e
Author: Siddharth Ravikumar <sravik@bgsu.edu>
Date:   Tue,  1 Mar 2016 22:59:47 -0500

Drafted Preface.

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report/combox-report.pdf | 0
report/prologue/abstract.tex | 2+-
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diff --git a/report/bib/combox.bib b/report/bib/combox.bib @@ -1,3 +1,13 @@ +% preface +@book{knuth, +author = "Knuth, Donald E.", +title = "The Art of Computer Programming, Volume 1 (3rd Ed.): Fundamental Algorithms", +year = "1997", +isbn = "0-201-89683-4", +publisher = "Addison Wesley Longman Publishing Co., Inc.", +address = "Redwood City, CA, USA", +} + %1 @misc{website:wikileaks-spyfiles, title = "WikiLeaks - SpyFiles", diff --git a/report/combox-report.pdf b/report/combox-report.pdf Binary files differ. diff --git a/report/prologue/abstract.tex b/report/prologue/abstract.tex @@ -1,4 +1,4 @@ -\begin{abstractpage} +\begin{abstractpage}\label{combox-abstract} File storage providers on the Internet have made it non-trivial for individuals to store personal files on the file storage provider's computers. After Mr. Snowden disclosed information about the diff --git a/report/prologue/preface.tex b/report/prologue/preface.tex @@ -1,3 +1,33 @@ \begin{preface} -42. -\end{preface}- \ No newline at end of file + Faithfully follow the steps below with utmost diligence; begin reading step 1. + + \begin{enumerate} + %1 + \item Read the abstract? If yes, proceed to step 2; otherwise, go to + page \pageref{combox-abstract} and read the abstract. + %2 + \item Is there enough time and motivation to read a long report? If + so, set $N$ equal to $1$; if not, set $N$ equal to $5$. + %3 + \item Begin reading chapter $N$. Do \emph{not} pay heed to the trite + epigraph at the beginning of the chapter. + %4 + \item Set $M$ equal to $1$. + %5 + \item Start reading section $N.M$ + %6 + \item Is section $N.M$ of any interest? If not, go to step 7; + otherwise read this section and then go to step 7. + %7 + \item Increase $M$ by one. If section $N.M$ exists, go to step 5; + otherwise go to step 8. + %8 + \item Increase $N$ by one. If $N = 6$, go to step 9; if not, go to + step 3. + %9 +\item Close the report, do something else. + \end{enumerate} + + The above procedure is based on Knuth's procedure for reading his + ``The Art of Computer Programming'' series\cite{knuth}. +\end{preface}