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Originally Posted by retina
You appear to have the opposite. You have an NP problem and a P solution. And if true then great ... for that problem. But would it lead to solving all other NP problems? Only you can tell us by explaining what you have.

It's an NPcomplete problem, so if the internet's wisdom is right, then any NP problem should be "transformable" to this NPcomplete problem, i.e. for any problem in NP, there should exist its counterpart in this problem.
I prefer to keep my algorithm for myself (mainly because I don't want to act like the few forum users which come here to shove their "discoveries" down our throats) until I and my schoolmate meet with a few people from Comenius University in Bratislava, where I am also going to study.