Friday, August 23, 2013

The editors too like our weird paper

Shoresh forwarded this wonderful email to me this morning:
Re: AF10984

Paradox of the many-state catastrophe of fundamental limits and the three-state conjecture,

by Shoresh Shafei and Mark G. Kuzyk Dear Mr. Shafei, We are pleased to inform you that your paper has been selected by the editors of Physical Review A to be an Editors' Suggestion.

As a service to both our readers and authors, we are listing a small number of Physical Review A papers that the editors and referees find of particular interest, importance, or clarity.  These Editors' Suggestion papers are listed prominently on and marked with a special icon in the print and online Tables of Contents and in online searches.

See for a list of the most recently published Editors' Suggestions. A list of all published Editors' Suggestions can be obtained via a search of our journal content (

Congratulations and thank you for submitting your paper to Physical Review A.

Yours sincerely,
Frank Narducci
Associate Editor
Physical Review A

So it appears that not only the reviewers, but the editors also liked our paper enough to make the Editors' Suggestion list.  A nice way for me to finish the first week of classes and for Shoresh to end his days at WSU as he moves on to a postdoc position back east.

Perhaps I'll take a break to celebrate.

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