 About 282 results  books.google.com Box 6.1 SPACE VERSUS COMPLEXITY Zoo visitors sometimes remark that
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 books.google.com In fact, there is a part of the site that receives fairly regular attention: the
Complexity Zoo, a resource for computer scientists that describes different types
of computational problem. The Complexity Zoo needs separate consideration,
however, ... 

 books.google.com It is called the Complexity Zoo and is run by: Zookeeper: Scott Aaronson
Veterinarian: Greg Kuperberg Tour Guide: Christopher Granade At press time,
the page says There are now 495 classes and counting! Of course we know that
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 books.google.com He is a originator of the [http://complexityzoo.uwaterloo.ca/Complexity_Zoo
Complexity Zoo] Wiki, that catalogs altogether groups of data processing difficulty
.Automata, Computability and Complexity by Elaine Rich (2008) ISBN
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 books.google.com 4.4 Complexity 229 Quantum Complexity Zoo. 

 books.google.com Definitions (and basic results) regarding many other complexity classes are
available at the constantly evolving Complexity Zoo [1]. A.l. Preliminaries
Complexity classes are sets of computational problems, where each class
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 books.google.com ... papers, as wellas pointers to books, lecture notes, and surveys that are
available online. Additional material can be found on Wikipedia, and in the
Complexity Zoo, which is a guide to the bewildering menagerie of complexity ... 

 books.google.com So, that's the empirical skeleton holding up our fat and muscle. petting. zoo. It's
now time to meet the most basic complexity classes the sheep and goats of the
Complexity Zoo. r P is the class of problems solvable by a P, NP, and friends. 

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(EATCS), the annual IEEE Conference on Computational Complexity, the
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 books.google.com Jaroslaw Adam Miszczak. Complexity class P#P consists of all problems solvable
by a machine running in polynomial time which can use an oracle for solving
problems in #P. Complexity ZOO [65] contains the description ofcomplexity
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