From: Arthur Keller <arthur_at_kellers_dot_org>
Date: Wed Aug 20 2003 - 07:04:34 CDT

At 2:06 AM -0400 8/20/03, David Mertz wrote:
>Dennis Paull <> wrote:
>|For those not on the votingtech list (Caltech/MIT), here is an
>|announcement of an interesting research project (NSF Funded).
>Is this good or bad for us? Herrnson, et alia, are not doing precisely
>the same thing that we want to apply to NSF about, but there are areas
>of overlap.
>Do folks who know about NSF grants think this means that: (a) NSF has
>"already done that voting grant"; (b) There is a lot of interest at NSF
>in funding voting research; (c) something else?
>I suppose this question is mostly to Arthur, but others might opine too.
>Yours, David...

(b) As long as we're significantly different and build on what
others are doing.


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