Matthew A. Levy

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Yes, the lucky 13th column is here, and it is a guest column written by J. Goldsmith, M. Levy, and M. Mundhenk on the topic of limited nondeterminism---classes and hierarchies derived when nondeterminism itself is viewed as a quantifiable resource (as it indeed is!).Coming up in the Complexity Theory Column in the very special 100th issue of <i>SIGACT(More)
BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVE Although dietary supplement use has increased significantly among the general population, the interplay between vitamin D supplementation and other factors that influence vitamin D status remains unclear. The objective of this study was to identify predictor variables of vitamin D status in free-living subjects to determine the extent(More)
Nondeterminism is typically used as an inherent part of the computational models used in computational complexity. However, much work has been done looking at nondeterminism as a separate resource added to deterministic machines. This survey examines several different approaches to limiting the amount of nondeterminism, including Kintala and Fischer's β(More)
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