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We reassessed and abandoned further work on such sub-projects. Deciding what to drop is very important, otherwise one would have too many things to do, and it would be hard to achieve anything. Avoid the Root of All Evil. It is important not to optimize prematurely. We believe it is best to let the problem space dictate what you will optimize. For example, we used a simple greedy heuristic in NEWTON to pick relevant predicates and we have not needed to change it to date! We also had the experience of implementing complicated optimizations that we thought would be beneficial but were hard to implement and were eventually abandoned because they did not produce substantial improvements.
Our initial technical report helped us get started and get our interns going, but many difficult problems were left unsolved and unimagined because we did not think carefully about pointers and procedures. Ask for Help. One should never hesitate to ask for help, particularly if it is possible to get help. With SLAM/SDV, in retrospect, we wish we had asked for help on testing resources sooner. Put Yourself in Another’s Shoes. Nothing really helped us to prepare for how the product teams operate, how they allocate resources, and how they make decisions.
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A Survey of Free Math Fonts for TEX and LATEX by Stephen G.Hartke