A Solovay function is an upper bound g for prefix-free Kolmogorov complexity K that is nontrivial in the sense that g agrees with K, up to some additive constant, on infinitely many places n. We… (More)

Schnorr famously proved that Martin-Löf-randomness of a sequence A can be characterised via the complexity of A’s initial segments. Nies, Stephan and Terwijn as well as independently Miller showed… (More)

Schnorr famously proved that Martin-Löf-randomness of a sequence A can be characterised via the complexity of A’s initial segments. Nies, Stephan and Terwijn as well as independently Miller showed… (More)

In the theory of algorithmic randomness, several notions of random sequence are defined via a game-theoretic approach, and the notions that received most attention are perhaps Martin-Löf randomness… (More)