*Rebuttal* [noun] A form of ironic composition in 500 words popular among researchers, in which rageful authors first thank their reviewers for "their time and insightful comments" and then mock Reviewer 2 for his non-sense in a sequence of fakely polite points.

Jul 1, 2020 · 6:28 AM UTC

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Replying to @balzarot
Reviewer 1/2 pointed out that we do not discuss X vs Y. We gladly refer the reviewers to the Section 5 in our paper, called "X vs Y" and the subsection in the discussion section that goes deeper into why X outperforms Y, called "How X outperforms Y".
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Not to forget that we respectfully disagree on the claim of lacking novelty. For that, we invite the reviewers to actually read the section called “related work”.
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Replying to @balzarot
Now, how do you know Reviewer 2 is a male?
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I dont. But sadly, only 20% of the PC members of the Top4 in 2019 were women :(