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A puzzle whose solution is a methodological plan of action for realizing a specific goal.

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There are 2 simple algorithms that will let you exit a maze (from Wikipedia) Pledge algorithm Named after after Jon Pledge of Exeter. Works for a plane maze when you need to move out. It requires …
answered Oct 8 '14 by Florian F
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It can be over in 4 days: Here is how it works:
answered Jan 1 '15 by Florian F
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The standard solution is that all clones signal their first passage using some state of the bulbs to an elected clone, the "counter", who counts how many there are. You need to address 3 things. 1. H …
answered Jan 6 '16 by Florian F
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A simple and stupid solution: Or, minimizing the number of price changes:
answered Feb 16 '15 by Florian F
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The attack drone should fly to a virtual target that is always at 29/30 of the way from the center of the room to the target drone. That point moves 3.3% slower than the target drone. Since the atta …
answered Jan 20 '15 by Florian F
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Let's name the lines. +---+---+ | K | +---+ L + J + | H I | + G +---+---+ | | +---+---+ F + | D E | + C + A +---+ | B | + …
answered 2 days ago by Florian F