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NP, Medical Dictionary & A Place to Bury Strangers links for 2008-12-02

Street singers, Cracow, Poland

  • We start with the idea of a decision problem, a problem for which an algorithm can always answer “yes” or “no.” We also need the idea of two models of computer (Turing machine, really): deterministic and non-deterministic. A deterministic computer is the regular computer we always thinking of; a non-deterministic computer is one that is just like we’re used to except that is has unlimited parallelism, so that any time you come to a branch, you spawn a new “process” and examine both sides. Like Yogi Berra said, when you come to a fork in the road, you should take it.
  • p vs NP problem description
  • The main sources of TheFreeDictionary’s Medical dictionary are The American Heritage® Stedman’s Medical Dictionary, Second Edition and Dorland’s Medical Dictionary for Health Care Consumers, which provide authoritative descriptions of medical conditions, medications, anatomical terms, noted medical personalities and much more.
  • A Place to Bury Strangers

  • A Place To Bury Strangers have been highly touted for being loud, which may be true but what people fail to mention is the sheer brilliance this album is. There is not one weak track on this ten song album which sees an array of rock, psychedelic, experimental and shoegaze music with plenty of distortion and killer tunes to blow your mind and in my mind this is one of the albums of the year by a long way.
    (tags: aptbs review uk)
  • The multitude of mechanical, cold, industrial atmospheres created by A Place to Bury Strangers via reverb, high gain, spacey programming, technical drumming, and lots of echo makes their debut album an astonishing feat in an era where shoegaze and noise rock is all but a distant memory. The modern programming and production keeps the album in the current era, but the noise and style is clearly a bit of a throwback. The band does not venture very far away from the core of noise and their trusty wall-of-sound (which they create amazingly well live, by the way), which may keep the album in neutral for many people, but the variety of rhythms, riffs, and small little tricks makes this debut album worth listening.
    (tags: aptbs review)

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