From: Pavitra (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Oct 20 2009 - 19:15:56 MDT
Matt Mahoney wrote:
> In fact there are *no* classes of problems that are known to be hard
> to solve but easy to check. That's true even if it turns out that P
> != NP, because you still don't know *which* NP-complete problems are
> hard, just that some of them are.
Just to check: I think you mean "...even if it turns out that P = NP"?
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