"Thrists: Dominoes of Data",which aims at generalizing function composition and in my opinion is a nice vehicle for other programming tasks too.
It has only nine pages, and the really troublesome areas are still in front:
- writing the references
- fine-tuning the text flow
- stylistic enhancements
Anyway, today finally I arrived at a point that I can offer an early draft to the interested public.
The feedback so far appears positive, which makes me spin. Thanks to all who took the trouble of reading through a very rough draft.
Overall, one can put an infinite amount of work and time into such a short paper, which makes me marvelling at people who seem to produce high-quality papers at a seemingly monthly rate. They must have some secret trick I do not know -- yet!