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Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

a personal view of the theory of computation.

  • By Kenneth W. Regan, Richard Lipton
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly three posts per month
  • First post on

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Jan 2023 1
Feb 2023 7
Mar 2023 8
Apr 2023 7
May 2023 4
Jun 2023 8
Jul 2023 4
Aug 2023 3
Sep 2023 4
Oct 2023 4
Nov 2023 3
Dec 2023 0

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Most recent posts

Thanks to Will Shortz
For keeping us human—in crosswords at least for now Cropped from Guardian source Will Shortz has just celebrated 30 years as the Crossword Editor of the New York Times. He remains the only person in …
On , by KWRegan, 804 words
Kurt Gödel In The Movies
And a Limited TV Series — all in 2023 Vanity Fair source Kurt Gödel—or rather the actor Chris Urbaniak portraying him—appears in one brief scene in the movie Oppenheimer. He has no lines. He is …
On , by KWRegan, 1,117 words
Is P=NP a Grave Matter?
Our favorite problem moribund? The photo at right was taken by a friend—with thanks—in San Carlos, California, last weekend. We do not know who put out the Halloween display. My late colleague Alan Selman sported …
On , by RJLipton+KWRegan, 1,177 words