Also in this month's SIGACT News, Neil Immerman writes a guest complexity column on Progress in Descriptive Complexity (which defines complexity classes using logical structures), Karp publishes his committee report on TCS funding, Tim Roughgarden interviews the STOC best student paper award winner Vladimir Trifonov and much more.
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I'll end with the Quarterly Quote from the latest issue.
I'd like a large order of FiboNachos.
Okay sir, that'll cost as much as a small order and a medium order combined.