Precise MEA

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1 - Well yeah, I wasn't saying "precise MEA" is bad, just that one has to not forget that it still has error

2 - I disagree. It assumes they use wall smoothing, and don't react to walls in a significant other way. If those assumptions don't hold, then scaling-style "precise MEA" introduces an unpredictable error. I haven't tested but I suspect that if you compared "precise MEA" and "classic MEA" data against SpinBot, you'll get a sharper (and more predictive) image with "classic MEA" ;-)

Rednaxela22:10, 9 February 2012