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Re: Does P = NP?
This was intended as a tease about an upcoming book I will be publishing but of course I was a bit ahead of the release. We are in the negotiation phase for the book agreement so I think I can add some meat to the tease now. The book deals with a P=NP problem and a possible solution, or at least an answer to the question posed by this post.
It has long been my policy to defer from watching videos with are not accompanied by a transcript, a policy which I am violating a bit with this post but my rational is that there is plenty of information available on the subject which, while a bit esoteric, it is in the mainstream of physics, mathematics, computer science, operations research, Sudoku, and even The Simpsons.
There are many more videos about P=NP available on Youtube, some are very in depth but the above are brief introductions.
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