How To Solve P=NP?

  • Richard J. Lipton


Landon Clay is the Boston businessman who created the Clay Institute and the associated Millennium Prize Problems, one of which is P=NP. The solver(s) of P=NP will get, after certain rules are fulfilled, a cool one million dollars. That is a lot of money, but somehow juxtaposed next to current bank bailout and other loans measured in the trillions of dollars, it does seem a bit less impressive. But, unlike Grigori Perelman, I would take the money, for sure.


Nobel Prize Nobel Prize Winner Ramsey Number Depth Circuit Parity Argument 
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© Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2010

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Georgia Institute of TechnologyCollege of Computing School of Computer ScienceAtlantaUSA

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