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9 Sep 2002 (updated 9 Sep 2002 at 20:26 UTC) »

hiback, boy. i hear ya. checked out a few books for my kids at the local library today. "The Abacus - a pocket computer", Mathematical olympiad contest problems for children by Dr. George Lenchner. A book for myself is "Theory of Graphs" by Oystein Ore. But i doubt if i have time to do any exercise on "theory of graphs". The book was written in 1960. I wonder if it has much to do with Andrew Wiles proof of Fermat's Last Theorem which gained my attention last weekend. And before that is the Four Color Map Conjecture. I am looking for theorems to help me find proof to my own conjecture - Ye Zi conjecture which is about the golden rule of computational GO.

Daniel Morrow, Executive Director, The Computerworld Smithsonian Awards Program.

Xinmin Evening News (Daily) reports that Mitsubishi has developped a chip ( about 4 square centimeters) capable of learning and memorizing. The company plans to use the chip in weather forecast and air travel control applications in about 5 years.
Eric Mazur lives in Concord, Massachusetts with his wife Angela, and children Natalie, Marc, and Sophie.
13 Aug 2002 (updated 13 Aug 2002 at 19:11 UTC) »

created a new project "Pretty neat Privacy -> PnP" copyright & patent by evilrobots.

Computer Program Turns Spoken English into Sign Language. (National Geographic - Aug 2002)


30 Jul 2002 (updated 30 Jul 2002 at 18:18 UTC) »

"To me, C is very much a legacy language. It should have left behind long ago, or perhaps should have never been created." How do i connect mark with chuck? Hmmm. i must find an auspicious time to make the connection. It's all 'a matter of degrees' (by Gino Segre)

"The First Three Years of Life" by Burton L. White. What about "The first three years of artificial life" by me?

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