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The Clothes' New Emperors
     

The Clothes' New Emperors

by Tongchuang Suibi
 
"The Clothes' New Emperors" is a true story about the settlement of "P and NP", a world renowned problem, carrying a fictional touch of mystery, intrigue, romance, and drama.

Besides the bizarre events surrounding the resolution to one of the world's most famous puzzles, the story reveals social behavior, human nature and other aspects of life, and tells the

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"The Clothes' New Emperors" is a true story about the settlement of "P and NP", a world renowned problem, carrying a fictional touch of mystery, intrigue, romance, and drama.

Besides the bizarre events surrounding the resolution to one of the world's most famous puzzles, the story reveals social behavior, human nature and other aspects of life, and tells the fate and the heart wrenching separation of two young people caught up in the sequence of mysteries.

An actual proof of the proper containment of P is arranged in a fictional dream at the very start of the book, laid in an informal and quite accessible form. The book then proceeds with the incidents leading to the announcement of the resolution and beyond.

The story, believe it or not, tells a modern version of the Andersen 1837 classic, only in real life. No emperor could be seen marching naked, but the metaphor is never lost.

Self-debasing lies, those deprived of common sense, could be seen now and then, but hardly imaginable in a discipline of high integrity like mathematics. Unfortunately however, here is a true story about such a moment in human history.

In the emperor's case, it was plain sight that needed be denied, where the gift from Providence could be collectively turned into stupidity.

In this "P and NP" case, it is elementary logic that must not be recognized, where the gift from Divinity is massively feared for exposing human identity.

When some down-to-earth issue is made deified symbolism, vanity denies it any earthly trait for fear that such admission would betray the assuming and assumed intellectual capability.

So let the author, through plain English, take the reader to the scene where the moment unfolded.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016121642
Publisher:
Tongchuang Suibi
Publication date:
12/17/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
130 KB

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