At its core, much of Computational Complexity is concerned with combinatorial objects and structures. But it has often proven true that the best way to prove things about these combinatorial objects is by establishing a connection to a more well-behaved algebraic setting. Indeed, many of the deepest and most powerful results in Computational Complexity rely… (More)

- Computation
- Polynomial
- Pentachlorophenol
- Coding theory
- Geometric complexity theory
- Primality test
- Matrix multiplication
- Code
- multiplicity
- Polynomial identity testing
- Randomness
- P versus NP problem
- Schwartz–Zippel lemma
- Probabilistically checkable proof
- Approximation
- Educational process of instructing
- Computational complexity theory

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