Jason (jcreed) wrote,

Saw a talk today by a physicist name of Veit Elser about "Divide and Concur", a funny approach to trying to find solutions to (generally NP-hard) constraint satisfaction problems that seems almost too simple to work, but it seems that it does have good constants for many particular problems.
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