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> If it is the title of a reasearch paper, sounds fine. If it
> is a science
> fiction novel, then I agree that it could use some work.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Con & Yu [mailto:dorun -at- m3 -dot- dion -dot- ne -dot- jp]
> The Effects of Conductivity on High-Resolution Impulse Sonar Sounding.
I agree. Research papers are not expected to have exciting or brief titles.
It is far better to focus on a title that is accurate and will make the
paper easy to find and score for relevance in an index or electronic search.
That would be in the best interest of both the author and the scientific
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