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12:27 AM
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D10 (This can be deleted only after D9 is deleted).
 
 
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5:41 AM
DV/Del PSQ, dupe of huge FAQ with nothing novel and link-only accepted answer.
 
6:22 AM
C/D PSQ & dupe of huge FAQ see comments for dupe links from prior closure.
 
 
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MK7
9:00 AM
I flagged this question a few days ago. As I added in the comments, the question does not make sense. I guess it should be closed
 
9:12 AM
Bogus answer because it misleadingly implies that there is something dubious about classical logic that can be seen from the example in question, but that is simply bogus. Also, it fails to answer the question.
 
9:48 AM
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1:40 PM
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Q: Every randomized algorithm is derandomizable to a deterministic and polynomial-time worst-case algorithm - an open problem.

PenAndPaperMathematicsI've adapted a definition from Wikipedia and that refers to $\Bbb{R}$, to the following finite setting. Define a typical pseudo-random number generator (Pseudo RNG) $f$ on a typical machine with word size $w$ bits to be any function $f: \Bbb{Z}/{2^w} \to \Bbb{Z}/{2^w}$ such that: $$\forall E \sub...

 
1:56 PM
Hard to believe that questions like this were upvoted to heaven. I have no hope that we can close or even delete this , I just want to demonstrate what happened with posts that were already off-topic years ago.
@Feeds Self-deleted. Was this a trial to prove P=NP ?
Has this been reopened ? I ask because I got a message "you already voted to close this question"
 
 
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5:59 PM
@Peter Only 5 votes are needed to close, and 10 votes to delete. Why not try?
 

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