7/18/2019 - The Better Minor Piece

Morganito
  1. YEET
goodpawn13

Intresting puzzle

goodpawn13

cool  puzzle

TitanChess666

eskitet

UnderatedPutz

you can see it...

vumai12345

  cũng dễ

gurmeharsihota

what the hell was that its not even checkmate. You kids are such big bots

 

gurmeharsihota

what the hell was that its not even checkmate. You kids are such big bots

 

CloudOne3

Hey lol puzzle nice cry.pngnervous.png

toufiqueawan

NP!

DifferentialGalois
toufiqueawan wrote:

NP!

 

I presume you are conscious of the fact that NP can stand for non-deterministic polynomial time, having vast applications in computer science. In particular, the P versus NP problem has baffled some of the world's most curious and intellectual minds.

DifferentialGalois

The essence of the P versus NP problem, as stated verbatim by Clay Mathematics Institute, is: If it is easy to check that a solution to a problem is correct, is it also easy to solve the problem? Understanding the question itself should seem relatively self-explanatory, but once you delve into the more intricate aspects of it, you begin to realise the profound implications of computational complexity theory. Interestingly, it is closely related to Hamiltonian path problems, which are of great importance in graph theory. NP is the class of questions for which an answer can be verified in non polynomial time, while P is the class of questions for which some algorithm can verify an answer in polynomial time. A common misconception, however, is that P refers to something easy, which is not exactly the case. This erroneous presumption gives rise to something known Cobham's thesis. Obviously, I am unable to explain it thoroughly in detail here, but I vastly encourage one at their own cost of insatiable curiosity to view the following link:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P_versus_NP_problem#

 

DifferentialGalois

Anyway, very intriguing puzzle... yes, very intriguing indeed. Perhaps not as intriguing as the P versus NP problem, but nonetheless, very interesting.

MaduraRey

nice

kangchuanghsien

Nice

VirginiaBoy1969

Tricky, clue was accurate but deceptive.

ChessBoy513

Whew... Solved.

holmos17

ok