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Blum's speedup theorem

Known as: Blum’s Speed-up Theorem, Speedup theorem, Blum 
In computational complexity theory Blum's speedup theorem, first stated by Manuel Blum in 1967, is a fundamental theorem about the complexity of… 
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2007
2007
In 1973, Parikh proved a speed-up theorem conjectured by Godel 37 years before: there exist arithmetical formulae that are… 
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2006
2006
  • V. Poupet
  • Theory of Computing Systems
  • 2006
  • Corpus ID: 179943
It is well known that one-dimensional cellular automata working on the usual neighborhood are Turing complete, and many… 
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Highly Cited
2002
Highly Cited
2002
An algorithm M is described that solves any well-defined problem p as quickly as the fastest algorithm computing a solution to p… 
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1997
1997
With the expanding role of computers in society, some assumptions underlying well known theorems in the theory of parallel… 
1991
1991
Path dissolution is an efficient generalization of the method of analytic tableaux. Both methods feature (in the propositional… 
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1987
1987
In the mid-sixties BLUM [2] announced his speed-up theorem, which affirmed the existence of recursive sets having, in some sense… 
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1985
Highly Cited
1985
1974
1974
  • P. Elias
  • J. Comput. Syst. Sci.
  • 1974
  • Corpus ID: 12226284
A deterministic sequential device receives one input symbol at a time, prints output symbols from left to right on an output tape… 
1973
1973
Perhaps the two most basic phenomena discovered by the recent application of recursion theoretic methods to the developing… 
1970
1970
We study the effect of program structure on computational efficiency in a class of abstract languages which model actual high…