# that+cannot+be+solved

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**Solved game**— A two player game can be solved on several levels: [V. Allis, Searching for Solutions in Games and Artificial Intelligence. PhD thesis, Department of ComputerScience, University of Limburg, 1994. Online:… …2

**List of problems solved by MacGyver**— This is a list of problems that have been solved by the fictional character MacGyver from the television series of the same name. (This list is not yet comprehensive.) MacGyver employs his resourcefulness and his knowledge of chemistry,… …3

**Just Like That (novel)**— infobox Book | name = Just Like That title orig = translator = image caption = author = Lily Brett cover artist = country = United States language = English series = genre = Autobiographical novel publisher = Macmillan (Australia) Andre Deutsch… …4

**V-Cube 6**— The V Cube 6 is the 6×6×6 version of Rubik s Cube. Unlike the original puzzle (but like the 4×4×4 cube), it has no fixed facets: the center facets (16 per face) are free to move to different positions. It was invented by Panagiotis Verdes and is… …5

**Proof of impossibility**— A proof of impossibility, sometimes called a negative proof or negative result , is a proof demonstrating that a particular problem cannot be solved, or cannot be solved in general. Often proofs of impossibility have put to rest decades or… …6

**Rubik's Revenge**— in solved state The Rubik s Revenge (also known as the Master Cube) is the 4×4×4 version of Rubik s Cube. Invented by Péter Sebestény, the Rubik s Revenge was nearly called the Sebestény Cube until a somewhat last minute decision changed the… …7

**Group theory**— is a mathematical discipline, the part of abstract algebra that studies the algebraic structures known as groups. The development of group theory sprang from three main sources: number theory, theory of algebraic equations, and geometry. The… …8

**numerical analysis**— the branch of mathematics dealing with methods for obtaining approximate numerical solutions of mathematical problems. [1925 30] * * * Branch of applied mathematics that studies methods for solving complicated equations using arithmetic… …9

**Halting problem**— In computability theory, the halting problem can be stated as follows: Given a description of a computer program, decide whether the program finishes running or continues to run forever. This is equivalent to the problem of deciding, given a… …10

**Randomized algorithm**— Part of a series on Probabilistic data structures Bloom filter · Skip list …11

**Alan Turing**— Turing redirects here. For other uses, see Turing (disambiguation). Alan Turing Turing at the time of his election to Fellowship of the Royal Society …12

**conflict**— confliction, n. conflictive, conflictory /keuhn flik teuh ree/, adj. v. /keuhn flikt /; n. /kon flikt/, v.i. 1. to come into collision or disagreement; be contradictory, at variance, or in opposition; clash: The account of one eyewitness… …13

**Theory of everything**— A theory of everything (TOE) is a putative theory of theoretical physics that fully explains and links together all known physical phenomena. Initially, the term was used with an ironic connotation to refer to various overgeneralized theories.… …14

**istiḥsān**— ▪ Islamic theology (Arabic: “to approve,” or “to sanction”), among Muslim theologians, the use of one s own judgment to determine the best solution to a religious problem that cannot be solved by citing sacred texts. This approach to… …15

**Tragedy of the commons**— Cows on Selsley Common. The tragedy of the commons is one way of accounting for overexploitation. The tragedy of the commons is a dilemma arising from the situation in which multiple individuals, acting independently and rationally consulting… …16

**Computer simulation**— This article is about computer model within a scientific context. For artistic usage, see 3d modeling. For simulating a computer on a computer, see emulator. A 48 hour computer simulation of Typhoon Mawar using the Weather Research and… …17

**Grand Challenge problem**— A Grand Challenge Problem is a general category of unsolved problems. The definition of a Grand Challenge problem has a certain degree of inherent subjectivity surrounding what is, or is not, a Grand Challenge. A Grand Challenge problem exhibits… …18

**Anthropology and Archaeology**— ▪ 2009 Introduction Anthropology Among the key developments in 2008 in the field of physical anthropology was the discovery by a large interdisciplinary team of Spanish and American scientists in northern Spain of a partial mandible (lower… …19

**Turing completeness**— For the usage of this term in the theory of relative computability by oracle machines, see Turing reduction. In computability theory, a system of data manipulation rules (such as an instruction set, a programming language, or a cellular… …20

**The Economist**— For the Lost episode, see The Economist (Lost). The Economist Type Weekly Newsmagazine Format Magazine …