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at least as hard as NP-complete problems
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Algorithms for finding an element in some specified data-structure (most commonly, in a tree).
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Questions about design and properties of agents that act in a dynamic environment and make decisions towards some goal without user control.
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Questions about the algorithmic problems of finding shortest paths between nodes in a graph.
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Questions about programs that read code in one language (source language) and translate it into an equivalent program in another language (target language).
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Questions about decision problems that can be solved on nondeterministic Turing machines in time polynomial in the length of the input.
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the problem of determining whether there is a variable assignment that fulfills a given Boolean formula.
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Network structure inspired by simplified models of biological neurons (brain cells). Neural networks are trained to "learn" by supervised and unsupervised techniques, and can be used to solve optimiz…
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a tree in which each node has no more than two children
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Questions about algorithms that solve problems up to some bounded error.
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a formal system for function definition, function application and recursion which forms the mathematical basis of functional programming.
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A question in some formal system with a yes-or-no answer.
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Questions about sequences of symbols, sets thereof and their properties as well as uses.
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Questions about state machines with a single stack for memory. They characterize the class of context-free languages.
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A sequential random-access data structure whose size can typically not be changed after creation.
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The definition of the set of allowable operations used for computation and their respective costs. Some examples of models include Turing machines, recursive functions, lambda calculus, and production…
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Questions about objects such as functions, algorithms or data structures that are expressed using "smaller" instances of themselves.
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formal systems to specify properties of objects
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Necessary properties of formal langagues in certain classes that rely on closure against repetition of certain subwords. Make sure your question isn't covered by applying the techniques in https://cs…
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Questions about relationships between complexity classes.
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Questions about operations on objects of some kind that result in objects of the same kind.
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Questions about the branch of mathematics concerned with modelling and analysing random phenomena.
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Asymptotic analyses of the space needed to run algorithms.
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Questions about the challenges of solving problems with multiple cooperating but separate agents.
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Questions about discrete mathematics, the study of mathematical structures that are fundamentally discrete rather than continuous.
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Questions about algorithms whose behaviour is determined not only by its input but also by a source of random numbers.
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Questions about graph traversal algorithms such as BFS and DFS.
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Questions about algorithms that decide whether a given string belongs to a fixed formal language.
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Questions about finite and infinite sets and multisets, related data structures and concepts.
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Questions about search trees, a class of data structures used for storing sorted data for efficient access.
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Questions that ask for or about correctness proofs of algorithms.
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Use for algorithms, algorithm-analysis and complexity-theory questions that aim for polynomial running time resp. time complexity. Such questions often are are reference-requests or about runtime-anal…
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Questions about automata, formal grammars or other computation-models that specifically relate to the use of nondeterminism. Not to be confused with randomness or ambiguity!
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Questions concerning the Halting problem which is to decide whether a given a program halts on a given input.
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Questions about asymptotic notations such as Big-O, Omega, etc.
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a programming paradigm which primarily uses functions as means for building abstractions and expressing computations that comprise a computer program.