Jason (jcreed) wrote,

Having a really pleasant, slow day. After getting lunch at Union Grill with norm and platypuslord, I just relaxedly hung around a very quiet Wean, chatted with random people I bumped into, talked algebra and field theory with Norm and game theory with Marty, thought a lot about representing linear and/or bunched cut elimination and so forth. Somehow I don't think my idea of a lazy Saturday has much in common with most people's, but it makes me happy.

Shoot me now, I'm getting interested in petri nets again. I keep smelling the possibility of a really short, clean proof of the decidaibility of net reachability lurking in all this bunched logic stuff. I love the title of this paper, though.

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