Re: new iafa draft

Jon Knight <J.P.Knight@lut.ac.uk> Mon, 18 December 1995 13:24 UTC

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From: Jon Knight <J.P.Knight@lut.ac.uk>
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Subject: Re: new iafa draft
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On Mon, 18 Dec 1995, R M Heery wrote:
> Just been reading through the new draft you circulated (thanks!) and have 
> a few comments, see below.

Great, thanks for these.  They all seemed pretty valid and I think I've 
made the appropriate changes - see 
<URL:http://www.roads.lut.ac.uk/Reports/iafa-draft/> to check.  As has 
been requested by a couple of people there is now also a plain text 
version of the draft available from there as well.

Keep all the comments coming in folks...

Jon

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