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That is, C operates on n coordinates x1, . . . , xn and outputs a color. We can see how having such a circuit is equivalent to a unique coloring of the cube: if we want to find the color at a vertex, just give the circuit the coordinates of the vertex, and use the output of the circuit. The Sperner problem then becomes the problem of finding a panchromatic(More)
This Article proposes a novel and provocative analysis of judicial opinions that are published without indicating individual authorship. Our approach provides an unbiased, quantitative, and computer scientific answer to a problem that has long plagued legal commentators. * William Li is a PhD student in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence(More)
We study the effects of sticky content in a model in which commercial websites buy and sell links on each others’ pages. Generalizing the PageRank-inspired approach of Katona and Sarvary, consumer browsing behavior is based upon a modified the “random surfer” Markov process in which the surfer’s path is affected by websites’ stickiness levels. We discuss(More)
This Article proposes a novel and provocative analysis of judicial opinions that are published without indicating individual authorship. Our approach provides an unbiased, quantitative, and computer scientific answer to a problem that has long plagued legal commentators. * William Li is a PhD student in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence(More)
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