Teig estimates that the footprint of a Tabula chip is less than a third of an equivalent FPGA, making it five times cheaper to make, while providing more than double the density of logic and roughly four times the performance.
That is 6X more impressive than any other use of factors in a sentence... ever.
I've no experience on [research papers], not even read a complete one
Then you will likely have a hard time writing a legitimate paper. A key aspect of most papers is a comparison of your work to work previously published. You need to establish how yours is novel. Without ever reading any other articles, I doubt you'll be able to do that successfully. Of course you'd need to do this to get a patent as well if you go the route others seem to be suggesting.
Carnival Rube: Hey honey, let's see how good this guy is. What'd I win?
Navin: Uh, anything in this general area right in here. Anything below the stereo and on this side of the bicentennial glasses. Anything between the ashtrays and the thimble. Anything in this three inches right in here in this area. That includes the Chiclets, but not the erasers.
Yes, those odds seem inconceivably low. If an unguided rock can hit a plane with that frequency (1 in 20 times), you'd think we'd be able to develop an anti-ballistic missile system that worked.
They said there was a 1 in 20 chance that some plane in the last 20 years could have been taken down with a meteor. Not that 1 in 20 meteors takes down a plane.
...he's just making up new words on the fly.
With all the unzipping going on, making up words on the fly is probably OK in this instance.
Someone is unenthusiastic about your work.