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2-09-2011 @ 11:52AM
Yes, I was referring to Korner's script (and, in later version, C-based tool).I do agree with you that it's generally more convenient to get a near-optimal result in an acceptable time and using a pretty user-friendly GUI.And it's, basically, what most want. It's probably a matter of personal choice which kind of tool to use. But I think it's important to separate between the tools that use more precise math models (with their drawbacks like longer calculation times and a bigger set of manual config options) and the tools that use more approximate models, that work "in most cases", but, due to their approximate nature, may give random spikes on some input data, while being very close to optimal on most data.That's why I find it misleading using words like "the most optimal choice" in the article.In any case, best of luck to you and your project, it's great to see developers' comments in articles like this one.
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