from an article in wired.co.uk, which i found off a friend's g+ post:

now that we know

we can concentrate on

it would be interesting if, given the setup of 4 mathematicians and a payout, whether some version of the prisoner's dilemma will appear. more likely, though, it's going to boil down to a version of "12 angry men."

apparently the film premieres this june in philadelphia. i'll probably wait until it comes out on dvd, though, then invite a few friends over and play a movie drinking game of ..

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-- ✂ -- --in case you do visit the film's website, be warned: they're already made a synopsis of the story available .. which suggests that this film is really trying for serious, dramatic undertones. in other words:

## 'Travellιng Salesman' movie considers the repercussions

By Duncaη Geerε 26 April 12.

if P equals NP

Mathematical puzzles don't often get to star in feature films, but P vs NP is the subject of an upcoming thriller from Timothy Lanzοne called "The titles refers to the "travellιng salesman problem", which asks: given a list of cities and the distances between them all, what's the fastest and most efficient way a salesman can visit them once each, and return home? The problem is categorised as "NP", indicating that it's easy to check that a given answer satisfies the criteria.Travellιng Salesman".

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now that we know

**what**'s going to happen,we can concentrate on

**how**and**why**.it would be interesting if, given the setup of 4 mathematicians and a payout, whether some version of the prisoner's dilemma will appear. more likely, though, it's going to boil down to a version of "12 angry men."

apparently the film premieres this june in philadelphia. i'll probably wait until it comes out on dvd, though, then invite a few friends over and play a movie drinking game of ..

"

*drink each time someone commits a mathematical sin*" ..**(-:**
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