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1 Preface
2 Recursive Functions
2.1 Primitive Recursive Functions
2.2 Partial recursive functions
2.3 Turing Machines
2.4 Church’s thesis
2.6 Recursively enumerable sets
2.7 Some facts about recursively enumerable sets
2.8 G¨odel’s incompleteness theorem
2.9 Exercises
2.10 Answers to exercises
3 Efficient computation, hierarchy theorems
3.1 Basic Definitions
3.2 Hierarchy theorems
4 The complexity classes L, P and PSPACE
4.1 Is the definition of P model dependent?
4.2 Examples of members in the complexity classes
5 Nondeterministic computation
5.1 Nondeterministic Turing machines
6 Relations among complexity classes
6.1 Nondeterministic space vs. deterministic time
6.2 Nondeterministic time vs. deterministic space
6.3 Deterministic space vs. nondeterministic space
7 Complete problems
7.1 NP-complete problems
7.2 PSPACE-complete problems
7.3 P-complete problems
7.4 NL-complete problems
8 Constructing more complexity-classes
11.2 NC
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Complexity Lecture Notes

Complexity Lecture Notes

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