1 July 1988 "What Happened to My Paper?"
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The question I am asked most frequently by authors who have submitted manuscripts to Optical Engineering - "What happened to my paper?" I won't bore you with a list of the stock answers I have for these authors, but they all tend to be variations on the theme that "things are taking a bit longer than anticipated." Such a response doesn't satisfy very many of my questioners and, as you might expect, often elicits a response of its own - usually unprintable Consequently, I decided to find out what really does happen to their papers and to share my findings with you.
Jack D. Gaskill, Jack D. Gaskill, } ""What Happened to My Paper?"," Optical Engineering 27(7), 277132 (1 July 1988). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7976713 . Submission:
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