You seem to start your argument with

“The argument reduces the minimum-length rectangular partition problem to Planar 3-SAT.”

Shouldn’t this be

reduces Planar 3-SAT to the minimum-length rectangular partition problem?

which is programmed to construct a complete eye anywhere on the body of a living organism that has eyes. I am sure that mathematics has a part in the program that constructs a complete eye that can see.

Reference the discovery of Dr. Walter Gehring of Switzerland.

]]>Thank you for your reply. Well, I mean a 2D array (a matrix) or a 2d rectangle. A very simple polygon.

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]]>Sorry for the delay in responding to you; I’ve been away from the blog for a bit. I’m not yet sure what you mean by a matrix (grid)? Do you mean a geometric object like a grid graph?

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