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Good book on (Quantum) Complexity and Computability Theories to start learning the theorem $MIP^* = RE$ as an operator algebraist

I am looking for some greatest references that could help me understand the theorem $MIP^* = RE$ ($MIP*=RE$) step by step. The paper (The Connes Embedding Problem: A guided tour) covers various ...
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Reduction from $\mathsf{ALL}_{\mathsf{TM}}$ to it's complement

I'd like to know if there's a reduction $\mathsf{ALL}_{\mathsf{TM}}\leq_{m}\overline{\mathsf{ALL}_{\mathsf{TM}}}$ where of course $\mathsf{ALL}_{\mathsf{TM}}=\left\{ \left\langle M\right\rangle \mid\...
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Non-Deterministic Turing Machine That Accepts RE-R language

As far as I know for Non-Deterministic Turing Machine (NTM) there are 4 kind of branches: An input is accepted if there is at least one node in the tree that is an accept. An input is rejected if all ...
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acceptance of non-recursively enumerable language by the Turing machine

I'd like to know if there's a non-recursively computable language that can be accepted by the Turing machine. From the following definition of the recursively enumerable language: and from the fact ...
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How to show a language is not recursive, without using reductions?

I would like to show a language is in not recursive (not in the family $R$) without using a reduction from a language that is known to be non-recursive. In other words, its as if I am discovering the ...
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recursively enumerable and linear bounded automaton

I have a question about linear bounded automaton. Is it false that every recursively enumerable language is recognized by a LBA ? Because LBA has limited tape size so not all recursively enumerable ...
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Turing machine for a^n b^m c^n d^m

The state diagram for the initial part of this turing machine given as: Here, we are basically traversing through the input tape, changing occurence of 'a' to X1, and 'c' to X2. After that we go back ...
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Proving a language is recursively enumerable

Prove that the following language is recursively enumerable: L = {<M,x> | Turing machine M enters the same configuration twice on input x} I have tried to construct a TM that maintains the ...
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Show that Language L = { <M> | M is a TM and {b}* ∩ L(M) ≠ ∅ } is recursively enumerable?

I'm not sure how to show that the language L = {M | M is a TM and {b}* ∩ L(M) ≠ ∅ } is recursively enumerable. I understand that if there is a DTM that accepts every word of the given alphabet, it is ...
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Need help with a proof: L is recursively enumerable if and only if L is Turing recognizable

I am unable to understand this proof L is recursively enumerable if and only if L is Turing recognizable If anyone can prove this, that would be great help
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