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They also implemented these algorithms on far better computers than Conway and Jones had had at their disposal when they proposed the roots-of-unity attack on the problem.Tetrahedron Solutions Finally Proved Decades After Computer Search | Kevin Hartnett | February 2, 2021 | Quanta Magazine
“Conway and Jones asked about rational tetrahedra as a special case of the much harder question of classifying tetrahedra,” said Kedlaya.Tetrahedron Solutions Finally Proved Decades After Computer Search | Kevin Hartnett | February 2, 2021 | Quanta Magazine
As for the name of the game, I’ve adopted “Game of Tile,” which was suggested by Glenn Gould as a tribute to Conway.How to Solve Our Three John Conway-Inspired Puzzles | Pradeep Mutalik | November 20, 2020 | Quanta Magazine
Unfortunately, she never revealed what she’d learned from Conway’s novel.Agatha Christie fans, take note: Anthony Horowitz has a clever new twist on the classic whodunit | Michael Dirda | November 11, 2020 | Washington Post
Unlike most games we’re used to — but like Conway’s Game of Life — it’s a “no-player never-ending” game, as Conway described his creation.Celebrating the Playful Magic of John Horton Conway | Pradeep Mutalik | October 15, 2020 | Quanta Magazine
Conway says the audience is asked to vote all the way through the show.
Conway goes on to list a series of other coincidences that he suggests are not simply explained.
“The play contains one five minute scene about James Hewitt,” Conway says.
Based on the book King of Heists by J. North Conway, Globe Pequot, 2009.
The hotels were, for a couple of decades, truly magnificent, but Conway insists, “It was all built upon smoke and mirrors.”
A few miles brought us to the Conway River, the road closely following the stream through the picturesque scenery on its banks.
An hour's run after leaving Bangor brought us in sight of the towers of Conway Castle.
Nowhere in Britain does the spirit of mediaevalism linger as it does in the ancient town of Conway.
On leaving Conway we crossed the suspension bridge, paying a goodly toll for the privilege.
The Conway bridge was first completed, and the first train passed through the Britannia bridge in 1850.