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Informatics 2010: 1st call extension - 30 April 2010 Apologies for cross-postings. Please send to interested colleagues and students -- CALL FOR PAPERS - Deadline for submissions (1st call extension): 30 April 2010 -- IADIS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE INFORMATICS 2010 Freiburg, Germany, 26 28 July 2010 (http://www.informatics-conf.org/) part of the IADIS Mult... 8 Apr 2010 12:34
Geometric TSP can be approximated Theorem: Geometric TSP can be approximated in polynomial time within (1+e)*OPT for any e>0. ... 8 Apr 2010 10:57
PSPACE completeness and Public-key cryptography This is the html version of the file http://meami.org/custom.htm. Meami.org invoked Google to automatically generate an html version of this document as we crawled the web. Concepts, Techniques, Ideas & Proofs â Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler.â - Albert Einstein (1879-1955) ... 8 Apr 2010 09:28
Plot Graph Matrix Assignment: to plot a bar graph (vertical and horizontal) In MATLAB a bar graph displays the values in a vector or matrix as horizontal or vertical. The default is to scale the x-axis to the highest x-tick on the plot. Calculators, more elaborate ones, such as Matlab, feature calculations, graph functions, and... 8 Apr 2010 03:58
Elastic Numbers as a Model for DNS Expansion 1- 1- 1-2- 1-2- 1-2-3- 1-2-3- 1-2-3-4- 1-2-3-6- 1-2-3-4--5-- 1-2-3-6-18- 1-2-3-4--5---6-- 1-2-3-6-18-108 1-2-3-4--5---6----7---- 1-2-3-6-18-108-1944 1-2-3-4--5---6----7------8-------- 1-2-3-6-18-108-1944-209952 1-2-3-4--5---6----7------8---------9------------- 1-2-3-6-18-108-1944-209952... 8 Apr 2010 02:53
Is _Brave New World_ really science fiction? On Apr 6, 11:08 pm, "Christopher Adams" <mhacdebhan... (a)yahoo.invalid>
wrote: Butch Malahide wrote: 2. While generatingfunctionology What are you, German? -- Christopher Adams Sydney, Australia Beadie Russell: Why me? Jimmy McNulty: I don't know. I guess you don't live right. ...
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The P versus NP question of computer science explains the consequences of its possible resolution, P = ...... universe) following the laws of nature to produce the output (next state of ... The P versus NP question of computer science, and explain the consequences of its possible resolution, P = ...... universe) following the laws of nature to produce the output (next state of ... It is simple for an open and keen mind. ... 7 Apr 2010 15:46
Leonid Levin Fuckwit you're testicle rectum, looser. "Now that is one happy feces-hurling monkey." <marty.musatov (a)gmail.com>
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What if 'error' was not in a programmable vocabulary? You hear it all the time in movies or on TV, most often as a cliche, "(so-and-so) doesn't know the meaning of surrender. Another version goes, "failure" is not in (so-and-so's) vocabulary. But think for a minute, really think, what if the word "error" did not exist in the English or any language, how might a thinke... 7 Apr 2010 14:37
Notation: R(a,k) denotes the rising factorial a(a+1)...(a+k-1 ...the certificate being 2 2 2 (5 m - 12 m p - 2 m + 8 p + 3 n m - n - 4 n p + 1 + 4 p) n -------------------------------------------------------------, QED . ... Notation: R(a,k) denotes the rising factorial a(a+1)...(a+k-1 ...the certificate being 2 2 2 (5 m - 12 m p - 2 m + 8 p + 3 n m - n - 4 n p + 1 + 4 p) n -------------------------------------------------------------, QED . ... Musatov ... 6 Apr 2010 19:51 |