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Randomness and completeness in computational complexity

by Dieter van Melkebeek

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Published by Springer-Verlag in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Computer science -- Mathematics,
  • Computational complexity

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDieter van Melkebeek.
    SeriesLecture notes in computer science -- 1950.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.9.M35 M54 2000, QA76.9.M35 M54 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 196 p. :
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18154265M
    ISBN 103540414924
    LC Control Number00069239

    state, random-access, and Turing machine models are defined in Chapter 3 and circuits are presented that simulate computations performed by these machines. From such simulations arise results of two kinds. First, computational inequalities of the form C(f) ≤ κST are derived for problems f run on the random-access machine, where C(f) is the. Demuth randomness and computational complexity Article in Annals of Pure and Applied Logic (7) · June with 40 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

    Computational Complexity: A Conceptual Perspective [drafts of a book by Oded Goldreich] See copyright notice. Below is the book's tentative preface and Organization. The following versions are available on-line. A preliminary draft (dated January ): in charlesrosier.com format and in six parts corresponding to chapters , , , , B, C Complexity Science What is this book about? This book is about data structures and algorithms, intermediate programming in Python, computational modeling and the philosophy of science: Data structures and algorithms: A data structure is a collection of data elements orga-nized in a way that supports particular operations.

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Randomness and completeness in computational complexity by Dieter van Melkebeek Download PDF EPUB FB2

Summary Computational complexity is the study of the inherent di culty of compu- tional problems and the power of the tools we may use to solve them. It aims to describe how many resources we need to compute the solution as a function of the problem size. This book contains a revised version of the dissertation the author wrote at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Chicago.

The thesis was submitted to the Faculty of Physical Sciences in conformity with the requirements for the PhD degree in June Randomness and Completeness in Computational Complexity. Authors Author: Dieter Van Melkebeek. Aug 30,  · The focus of this book is the P-versus-NP Question and the theory of NP-completeness.

It also provides adequate preliminaries regarding computational problems and computational models. The P-versus-NP Question asks whether or not finding solutions is harder than checking the correctness of solutions/5.

Get this from a library. Randomness and completeness in computational complexity. [Dieter van Melkebeek]. Mar 20,  · "The author's very intuitive account of the most fundamental issues in complexity theory makes the book suitable for a first-year computational complexity class.

To the author's credit, rigor and formality are not compromised for this accessibility. In this sense, the book successfully brings the P versus NP question to a wider audience."Cited by: Research in complexity theory boils down to determining the relationships between these classes { inclusions and separations.

In this dissertation, we focus on the role of randomness and look at various properties of hard problems in order to obtain charlesrosier.com: Dieter van Melkebeek. This book and state-of-the-art survey contains a collection of revised works dealing with a variety of topics in the areas of complexity theory and property testing.

A common theme in this collection is the interplay between randomness and computation. [by virtue of its coverage of] sub-areas of complexity theory such as hardness amplification, pseudo-randomness, and probabilistic proof-systems." This is certainly the book to read before you tackle the excellent, but austere and advanced, monograph by Creignou et al.

[1], and most probably before reading many other computational-complexity books. Since this dissertation is about “the computational complexity of randomness,” we begin with a discussion of the terms computational complexity and randomness. Computational Complexity.

Computational complexity theory is often defined as the study of the inherent power and limitations of efficient computation. About this book Computational complexity theory has developed rapidly in the past three decades.

The list of surprising and fundamental results proved since alone could fill a book: these include new probabilistic definitions of classical complexity classes (IP = PSPACE and the PCP Theorems). Avi Wigderson Mathematics and Computation Draft: March 27, Dedicated to the memory of my father, Pinchas Wigderson ({), who loved people, loved puzzles, and inspired me.

Introduction to the theory of computational complexity. Basic complex-ity classes, including polynomial time, nondeterministic polynomial time, probabilistic polynomial time, polynomial space, logarithmic space, and nondeterministiclogarithmicspace.

Therolesofreductions,completeness, randomness, and interaction in the formal study of computation. After. Randomness and completeness in computational complexity. [Dieter van Melkebeek] -- This book is based on the author's Ph. thesis which was selected as the winning thesis of the ACM Doctoral Dissertation Competition.

Complexity theory is the study of the intrinsic complexity of computational tasks. The book is aimed at exposing the students to the basic results and research directions in the field.

The focus was on concepts, complex technical proofs were avoided. The book provides an introduction to basic complexity classes. Oct 25,  · Computational Complexity [Christos H. Papadimitriou] on charlesrosier.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This modern introduction to the Theory of Computer Science is the first unified introduction to Computational Complexity.

I+ offers a comprehensive and accessible treatment of the theory of algorithms and complexity - the elegant body of concepts and methods developed by /5(14). Randomness as a resource.

Does P = BPP. Randomness versus non-determinism Chapter of Wigderson's book: The computational complexity lens on the sciences Jan Space complexity; Savitch’s theorem (AB §) Jan Nondeterministic space and NL-completeness of STCONN (AB §) The complexity of graph connectivity, Avi.

Complexity theory is a central field of the theoretical foundations of computer science. It is concerned with the general study of the intrinsic complexity of computational tasks; that is, it addresses the question of what can be achieved within limited time (and/or with other limited natural computational resources).5/5(1).

The bibliography contains several useful books and surveys in which material pertaining to the computational randomness may be found. In particular, we include surveys on topics not covered in the lecture, including extractors (designed to purify weak random sources) and expander graphs (perhaps the most useful “pseudorandom” object).Author: Avi Wigderson.

Current research topics in computational complexity theory. Nondeterministic, alternating, probabilistic, and parallel computation models. Boolean circuits. Complexity classes and complete sets.

The polynomial-time hierarchy. Interactive proof systems. Relativization. Definitions of randomness. Pseudo-randomness and derandomizations. Computational Complexity: A Modern Approach Draft of a book: Dated January Comments welcome.

Sanjeev Arora and Boaz Barak Princeton University [email protected] Not to be reproduced or distributed without the authors’ permission This is an Internet draft.

Some chapters are more finished than others. References and. DRAFT About this book Computational complexity theory has developed rapidly in the past three decades. The list of surprising and fundamental results proved since alone could fill a book: these include new probabilistic definitions of classi-cal complexity classes (IP = PSPACE and the PCP Theorems) and their.Therolesofreductions,completeness, randomness, and interaction in the formal study of computation.

After the following books are on reserve at Bass Library: •OdedGoldreich. ComputationalComplexity: AConceptualPerspective. The first two are other widely-used computational complexity theory.Course description. Prerequisite: An undergraduate course in computational complexity theory, covering most of "Part III" of Sipser and/or most of Carnegie Mellon's Potential topics: Models and Time Hierarchy charlesrosier.comerminism, padding, Hopcroft-Paul-Valiant Theorem.

Circuits and advice. Randomized classes.