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Lipton, Richard J.

The P=NP Question and Gödel’s Lost Letter

Lipton, Richard J. - The P=NP Question and Gödel’s Lost Letter, ebook

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Table of contents

1. A Walk In the Snow
Richard J. Lipton

2. Algorithms: Tiny Yet Powerful
Richard J. Lipton

3. Is P=NP Well Posed?
Richard J. Lipton

4. What Would You Bet?
Richard J. Lipton

5. What Happens When P=NP Is Resolved?
Richard J. Lipton

6. NP Too Big or P Too Small?
Richard J. Lipton

7. How To Solve P=NP?
Richard J. Lipton

8. Why Believe P Not Equal To NP?
Richard J. Lipton

9. A Nightmare About SAT
Richard J. Lipton

10. Bait and Switch
Richard J. Lipton

11. Who’s Afraid of Natural Proofs?
Richard J. Lipton

12. An Approach To P=NP
Richard J. Lipton

13. Is SAT Easy?
Richard J. Lipton

14. SAT is Not Too Easy
Richard J. Lipton

15. Ramsey’s Theorem and NP
Richard J. Lipton

16. Can They Do That?
Richard J. Lipton

17. Rabin Flips a Coin
Richard J. Lipton

18. A Proof We All Missed
Richard J. Lipton

19. Barrington Gets Simple
Richard J. Lipton

20. Exponential Algorithms
Richard J. Lipton

21. An EXPSPACE Lower Bound
Richard J. Lipton

22. Randomness has Unbounded Power
Richard J. Lipton

23. Counting Cycles and Logspace
Richard J. Lipton

24. Ron Graham Gives a Talk
Richard J. Lipton

25. An Approximate Counting Method
Richard J. Lipton

26. Easy and Hard Sums
Richard J. Lipton

27. How To Avoid O-Abuse
Richard J. Lipton

28. How Good is The Worst Case Model?
Richard J. Lipton

29. Savitch’s Theorem
Richard J. Lipton

30. Adaptive Sampling and Timed Adversaries
Richard J. Lipton

31. On The Intersection of Finite Automata
Richard J. Lipton

32. Where are the Movies?
Richard J. Lipton

33. Factoring and Factorials
Richard J. Lipton

34. BDD’s
Richard J. Lipton

35. Factoring and Fermat
Richard J. Lipton

36. A Curious Algorithm
Richard J. Lipton

37. Edit Distance
Richard J. Lipton

38. Protocols
Richard J. Lipton

39. Erdős and the Quantum Method
Richard J. Lipton

40. Amplifiers
Richard J. Lipton

41. Amplifying on the PCR Amplifier
Richard J. Lipton

42. Mathematical Embarrassments
Richard J. Lipton

43. Mathematical Diseases
Richard J. Lipton

44. Mathematical Surprises
Richard J. Lipton

45. Erratum
Richard J. Lipton

Keywords: Computer Science, Theory of Computation, Mathematics of Computing, History of Computing, Mathematical Logic and Foundations, Algorithm Analysis and Problem Complexity, Algorithms

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Information Technology, Telecommunications
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781441971555

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