Kyle Murray

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This note is a commentary on, and critique of, André Luiz Barbosa's paper entitled " P != NP Proof. " Despite its provocative title, what the paper is seeking to do is not to prove P = NP in the standard sense in which that notation is used in the literature. Rather, Barbosa is (and is aware that he is) arguing that a different meaning should be associated(More)
Motivated by the amount of code that goes unidentified on the web, we introduce a practical method for algorithmically identifying the programming language of source code. Our work is based on supervised learning and intelligent statistical features. We also explored, but abandoned, a grammatical approach. In testing, our implementation greatly outperforms(More)
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