|Jul16-12, 08:15 PM||#18|
"Rectangle Method" for approximating an integral has been rediscovered!
I guess that paper has been referenced already a lot of times. Nice way to increase your number of citations! While giving people a good laugh, what more do you want?
And who knows, she might patent the method. It's not new? Of course it's new, this is specifically for metabolic curves. There's a lot of patents like that, like the sled for carcasses.
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