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NP Problem(s)olution(s0)
Posted: Nov 11, 2012 10:23 AM
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Consider the entire list of incompatible students on the list from the
Dean to be a single "incompatible student" called (s)

Now so long as the "incompatible student" called (s) never appears on
the 100 generated list the list is satisfactory.

Begin to generate a list. Does the list contain any portion of
"incompatible student" called (s)? If yes, remove any portion of
"incompatible student" (s), but retain the interior set of compatible
students.

As with any NP-Complete problem we only need to eliminate the
undesirable portion of the singular trait we seek. For instance if I
choose the shortest path, any path after the first path chosen, found
to be longer is immediately outside the realm of shortest path. Any
path found to be shorter than the first chosen path, is said to be
within the realm of shortest paths. Immediately, if any pair contains
a path inside the realm of shortest paths, check it against the other
pairs of shortest paths. Any path found to be greater than any other
pair of shortest paths is immediately rejected, and any pair of
shortest paths to be found less than any other pair of shortest paths
is accepted and tested against other pairs continually. Until by
exponential reduction, the ideal pair is sought and found and tested.



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