In Defense of Deviousness: When Keep It Simple Didn’t Work So WellJanuary 29th [email protected] LAI4D Juan Andrés Hurtado Baeza Founder of the Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence for Design (www.lai4d.org)Why hard-to-read code can be a good code.
I read the algorithm’s documentation, I read the source code and, to my surprise, I was unable to understand it!.
The problem was too devious and the solution too complex to expect an immediate comprehension.
And you cannot ask Einstein for keeping it simple, just because it is not simple.
To deal with devilish deviousness is a dirty work but, from time to time, someone has to do it.

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