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The even cooler part is the one where we see all of these problems are NP Complete. IOW, if you can find a way to solve any one 'fast', you can solve them all 'fast'. Which would lead to cures for cancer, mathematically perfect spaceships, and the ability for a computer to prove any mathematical statement that can be expressed formally, assuming the proof exists.
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Yup, I never really got that metaphor. Also, despite my warnings in a previous thread I appear to be the one who is seduced by the maths. Irony thy name is boolean!
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In any case, this tattoo one can be written in disjunctive normal form fairly easily, since there are only a handful of paths through. We can still get the conjunctive though, just give me a second. Normally finding the disjunctive normal form is the hard part (to put it in context, if it were easy to find DNF for an arbitrary Boolean sentence, secure internet traffic would be impossible). But since we are looking for different ways to express the problem, and not the solutions, it's a bit trickier. Do you do anything with eigenanalysis or cosine integrals in your work?
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Okay...I think I've got it (though a second pair of eyes to double check it is welcome):
NOT (A OR B) AND D AND NOT (E AND F) AND G AND NOT H AND NOT (K AND (L OR M)) AND N AND (NOT O OR (P AND (NOT Q OR R))) Here's the chart again: I'll add the legend in a second. ETA: A= Are you drunk? B= Are your friends egging you on? C= Are your friends laughing? D= Does it have a special meaning? E= Is it a name? F= Is it the name of a significant other? G= Is it unique? H= Is it 'SteveO' unique? I= Are you trying to fit in? J= Are you sure you are not trying to fit in? K= Will it be visible when you are dressed? L= Are you a white collar worker? M= Will it be on your face? N= Is it appropriate for children to see? O= Is it going on the small of your back? P= Do you want men to think you are easy? Q= Are you a man? R= Do you prefer to 'catch'?
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Obviously some of the variables are superfluous.
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NOT (A OR B OR H) AND NOT (E AND F) AND NOT (K AND (L OR M)) AND (NOT O OR (P AND (NOT Q OR R))) AND NOT (NOT D OR NOT G OR NOT N)
Here it is compressed a bit... Now to CNF SAT
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Okay, I cheated a bit and just used Wolfram Alpha to convert to CNF SAT.
I think it's right? Again, another set of eyes is welcome. And if anyone wants to try converting to 3SAT, this is the easy step (especially since no clause has more than three literals, so just invoke some X and Y that are always false to round out the terms). I think from here on out, we'll change the terminology a bit, so 'A' will be A, but 'a' will be NOT A, and so on. X and Y are both always FALSE. 'v' is OR, '^' is AND. Just to make everything nice and neat. And, since 3SAT is typically the glue that holds NPC problems together, we find ourselves at a crossroads. We can convert to a graph coloring problem, which is very cool visually but far removed from the numerical tools I wanted to end on. Or we can stick with the original plan, reduce to subsetsum, and then end with f(z)=alphabeta*z^2, where pairs of {z,f(z)} that are both natural numbers correspond to an acceptable assignment of the original variables.
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The basic tools for the 3coloring construction, if anyone wants to take a crack at it:
The basic rule is that (using three colors), each node must be colored a color that is different than the colors of the adjacent nodes (iow, nodes that share an edge). Since X and Y are fixed, you will need to add two new edges to that effect (x to TRUE, y to TRUE).
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Whoops, didn't save the image from Wolfram Alpha the first time.
Here it is: Again, a second set of eyes is welcome. And, if people feel like running it through Wolfram Alpha themselves, here is the text of the input: BooleanConvert[! (A  B  H) && ! (E && F) && ! (K && (L  M)) && (! O  (P && (! Q  R))) && ! (! D  ! G  ! N),"CNF"]
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And now the 3SAT... (PvovX)^(evfvX)^(kv(lowercase L (yeah,didn't think that through))vX)^(kvmvX)^(Rvovq)^(DvXvY)^(GvXvY)^(NvXv Y)^(avXvY)^(bvXvY)^(hvXvY) ETA: actually, since 'I' is superfluous, maybe I can take out the commentary on 'l'. ETA2: why is there a space between '(NvXv' and 'Y)'? ETA3: 3SAT in a Wolfram friendly form: (P  o  X) && (e  f  X) && (k  l  X) && (k  m  X) && (R  o  q) && (D  X  Y) && (G  X  Y) && (N  X  Y) && (a  X  Y) && (b  X  Y) && (h  X  Y) ETA4: Actually Wolfram didn't read it right this time around...idk why. Anyway: SubsetSum (with this as the endgame) or Graph Coloring (see below)?
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As for eigenanalysis yes. It occurs in a lot of the 3d "space" work in theoretical physics. I've moved aside from that in recent years but we still work with matrices from time to time in particle. And the more I see you post the more impressed I am with your maths. You might finally crack that FBI code!
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I also have that anxious naysayer part of my brain, though its fears are rarely expressed as artfully as yours. It's more of a general anxiety/unease that I attribute to my sporadic OCD. Quote:
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I may very well be the one to crack the Kryptos. But I've stopped trying recently, and smarter people have tried and failed. But undoubtedly my interest will swell again, and I'll have new ideas to test. And new ideas about why my previous efforts (or methods) failed. I know if I read in tomorrow's paper that Kryptos was cracked and it was encrypted in a manner I considered, I'll reproach myself for the rest of my life for lacking perseverance. And I still think there's a chance Sanborn reads Theoryland. What are the odds that he releases a new clue the day after I start the thread? As for my possible mathematical greatness: for the last six years I have worked (sporadically) on the Goldbach conjecture. I have brought new info to bear on the problem, though I guard it jealously (paltry though it is). Essentially, I have found some evidence that a certain primality test can be expressed in a more general way with an infinite series, which would let me bring in some of the powerful numerical tools available in complex analysis to attack the problem. Unfortunately, most of my new info is only held up by statistics (lacking the rigor and elegance one would hope for in an argument's foundation). And naturally pseudoprimes throw a big wrench (or small pinch of dark matter) into the mix. So my possible greatness will depend in a large part on my ability to 'intuit' the true definition of a curve that is now, at best, loosely bounded in one dimension and in one direction. In any case, I still mean to finish out this thread (or at least my part in it). After I close out this specific problem, I'll make a few posts on nondeterministic polynomial time, P vs NP, PSPACE, and of course the money shot: applications. I originally intended to turn the thread over to Sodas as a sort of peace gesture, hoping he could walk us through some aspects of solar power. But he seems to have vanished again. So, Daekyras (or anyone else reading this thread), would you be interested in walking a small but engaged audience through some topic you are interested in?
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So I finally got around to converting to subsetsum, and something occured to me:
Generally, you work in base 10 with numbers of the form 1000101001 or something like that, summing them to a number of the form 1111333333. Now, there are no cases when the numbers carry from column to column while having a TRUE corresponding answer. Does this mean I can treat the numbers as base 4 instead, and convert to base 10? So something like 11133 would be 351 instead. It would make the last conversion more approachable. I've proved that you don't lose any solutions doing this, but I think it might introduce some false positives.
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For context, I'm trying to reduce the problem size (to make finding quadratic residues in the last step a little easier). This subset sum has a multiset, with numbers ranging from 1 to something on the order of 10 to the number of variables in 3 SAT. But it turns out the important (and largest) members are taken in pairs, where you have to choose one. So what if I replace each of those pairs with one number, with the value of the larger minus the smaller. You'd also subtract the summation of the minimums from the target. You'd cut down the numbers by a substantial amount, and seriously reduce the size of the set as well.
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Wouldn't using hexadecimal numbers make more sense in this case?
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Anyway: 3SAT to SubsetSum: Choose a subset of the following numbers that sums up to 33333: z01=1 z02=1 z03=1 z04=1 z05=10 z06=10 z07=10 z08=100 z09=100 z10=100 z11=110 z12=1000 z13=1000 z14=1000 z15=1000 z16=10000 z17=10000 z18=10000 z19=10001 Any subset with such a sum corresponds to a satisfactory assignment of the variables, decoded as following: A is always FALSE B is always FALSE C is redundant (can be either TRUE or FALSE without affecting the solution in any way) D is always TRUE E is TRUE iff z12 is not a member of the subset F is TRUE iff z13 is not a member of the subset G is always TRUE H is always FALSE I is redundant J is redundant K is TRUE iff z11 is not a member of the subset L is TRUE iff z08 is not a member of the subset M is TRUE iff z05 is not a member of the subset N is always TRUE O is TRUE iff z19 is not a member of the subset P is TRUE iff z16 is a member of the subset Q is TRUE iff z01 is not a member of the subset R is TRUE iff z02 is a member of the subset As you may note, the target is a series of threes (though I got rid of the leading ones). This indicates that either a variable or its negation appears in the Boolean statement, not both. You may also note that many of the numbers in the multiset are repeated. What is cool is that this does not matter. Play around with this if you want, and you will see (you could just look at the flowchart and take a known successful path and then find the subset aided by that info). And the legend again: A= Are you drunk? B= Are your friends egging you on? C= Are your friends laughing? D= Does it have a special meaning? E= Is it a name? F= Is it the name of a significant other? G= Is it unique? H= Is it 'SteveO' unique? I= Are you trying to fit in? J= Are you sure you are not trying to fit in? K= Will it be visible when you are dressed? L= Are you a white collar worker? M= Will it be on your face? N= Is it appropriate for children to see? O= Is it going on the small of your back? P= Do you want men to think you are easy? Q= Are you a man? R= Do you prefer to 'catch'?
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So I'm trying to close this out, but I haven't done this in a while, and have run into a problem.
Here's the link to convert to a Quadratic Diophantine problem:this. Now, I've got most of the variables, but can't see how to get s (because of the ambiguity in sigma). Does anyone know what it should be? Or at least what I should do? Here's what I've got so far: t=33333 H=943974885486627996376585908199285766702474153268 63566166970396747975999240862245882753680067208887 50835306795438968702807914763892215557094897586510 35382954068249265988256844456413991099326536651938 27015782801311615153724985195711581486850455416474 16996313276667119578616496492220667240804492176514 18966373051530933289919606631185892738899545880172 30004063961078326601299852365476748417726567298301 95267918669177995343639425150991046689224644923123 15265445845852858969145592524293453987307554974454 1 K=292149281968973323871782335698164924792839334640 12830777385768029820977803396466280266248955183183 56952928322449090020404791651692374307748151155709 32615436861699033757797247274214733059193449575011 61593482950448709121252538490017034317633015060883 38951873648448857389898615651855524379857440299341 20389499400320532054741479455771482954957665182878 80728464527454529219087824671722119369172808698628 69230992174795499320738109255915928774796713151352 08289273376165943547922092327752561531383323669433 59375 m=19 (yes, probably too big, but I wanted a margin for safety. 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Here's f(z) in its current form:
f(z)=(1/1048576)*lambda[2]*s^2(1/29214928196897332387178233569816492479283933464012 83077738576802982097780339646628026624895518318356 95292832244909002040479165169237430774815115570932 61543686169903375779724727421473305919344957501161 59348295044870912125253849001703431763301506088338 95187364844885738989861565185552437985744029934120 38949940032053205474147945577148295495766518287880 72846452745452921908782467172211936917280869862869 23099217479549932073810925591592877479671315135208 28927337616594354792209232775256153138332366943359 375)*z^2*lambda[1](1/1048576)*z^2+(891088584429492439071543005627573185 20974348491224338340691107127701808163319545709499 88849127188728811522964840210472681071618719391370 10930285961843535641183905970164159849691696719092 83098262924929995106060899747325130125101538649963 68394220928473716636070069083991321888596875152990 79567540689832103800164436206829271435859864478842 17176857278273142958788212456401768353762606905526 40124704149111513121122074202517751589402672303185 97913232677880553808992665590338196791419393892718 12340702276034800235334715306370765600215885887501 39096010512407005704911880208240035974301433280035 62565232276770110865115702202504667939624913442167 14577839463597999800353737990556304381365157657085 04355108191005469381741938368605120356460400420223 92472403360179264737623903019276083462754041295899 58053545873850278249948881864484796155053572766425 20084091551935419963073879624152997978120781497062 67008543649422167687292166916648741226433107713851 33751649989710480874254715631155851834186764930486 210359300681/29214928196897332387178233569816492479283933464012 83077738576802982097780339646628026624895518318356 95292832244909002040479165169237430774815115570932 61543686169903375779724727421473305919344957501161 59348295044870912125253849001703431763301506088338 95187364844885738989861565185552437985744029934120 38949940032053205474147945577148295495766518287880 72846452745452921908782467172211936917280869862869 23099217479549932073810925591592877479671315135208 28927337616594354792209232775256153138332366943359 375)*lambda[1]
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#39




So it turns out there are 1,320 different solutions to the original problem (out of 262,144 possibilities). Which means (if assignments are chosen randomly) you'd expect to be able to get a tattoo 0.503540039% of the time. Not bad (it at least makes search efficient).
Of course, several variables are fixed, and three are irrelevant. So the number of variables you actually have to solve for is 9. Which can take 512 possible forms, and leads to a satisfactory solution 165 times. Which means a 32.2265625% chance of success when randomly choosing only these nine variables [E,F,K,L,M,O,P,Q,R]. Which just shows the importance of reducing the problem when possible. If you want, I've constructed a truth table you can look at. Simply create a ninedigit binary number with the digits corresponding to the true/false values of [E,F,K,L,M,O,P,Q,R] (true=1,false=0), convert to decimal, then look up the position+1. Here: [true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, false, false, false, false, true, true, false, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, false, false, false, false, true, true, false, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, false, false, false, false, true, true, false, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, false, false, false, false, true, true, false, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, false, false, false, false, true, true, false, true, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, false, false, false, false, true, true, false, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, false, false, false, false, true, true, false, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, false, false, false, false, true, true, false, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, false, false, false, false, true, true, false, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, false, false, false, false, true, true, false, true, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, false, false, false, false, true, true, false, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, false, false, false, false, true, true, false, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, false, false, false, false, true, true, false, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, false, false, false, false, true, true, false, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, true, false, false, false, false, true, true, false, true, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false, false]
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