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Let's say I solved a million dollar problem [for instance P = NP] and wrote a paper describing my proof. Let's assume the conclusion starts like this:
Proposed algorithm, as far as our analysis goes, achieves polynomial time on an NP-Complete problem, showing that P = NP.
Should I add a sentence like this to the conclusion?
All the proofs in this article need to be checked by experts, to make sure that they don’t contain any logical flaws.
Given that no one can be sure about a lengthy proof, and given the importance of the
P = NP problem, I feel like it should be added. But it may also weaken the conclusion. What do you think?