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Solving a cube won’t take more than N2/log N moves
Portable device allows precise imaging, easier inspections
MIT researchers have been leading the way toward quantum computers—devices that could solve problems too big for all today’s supercomputers put together.
An MIT institution, Norbert Wiener did seminal work in control theory and signal processing.
CSAIL professor helped computer win at Jeopardy!
Alan Oppenheim ‘59, SM ‘61, ScD ‘64, who literally wrote the book on digital signal processing, encourages far-out thinking that gets concrete results.
Students meet for regular “code reviews” with local engineers
Classic logistics algorithm gets a makeover
A perching glider could lead the way to planes that land lightly