Other Complexity Classes and Measures Chapter 29 of the forthcoming CRC Handbook on Algorithms and Theory of Computation

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Some natural problems seem not to be complete for any of the complexity classes we have seen so far. For example, consider the problem of taking as input a graph G and a number k, and deciding whether k is exactly the length of the shortest traveling salesperson’s tour. This is clearly related to the TSP problem discussed in Chapter 28, Section 3, but in… (More)

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