Computer-Aided Complexity Classification of Combinatorial Problems

  title={Computer-Aided Complexity Classification of Combinatorial Problems},
  author={B. J. Lageweg and Jan Karel Lenstra and Alexander H. G. Rinnooy Kan},
  journal={Commun. ACM},
We describe a computer program that has been used to maintain a record of the known complexity results for a class of 4536 machine scheduling problems. The input of the program consists of a listing of known “easy” problems and a listing of known “hard” problems. The program employs the structure of the problem class to determine the implications of these results. The output provides a listing of essential results in the form of maximal easy and minimal hard problems as well as listings of… CONTINUE READING

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