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**Big Omicron and big Omega and big Theta**

Jiaheng Lu Renmin University of China

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Big Omicron O(f(n)) denotes the set of all g(n) that there exist positive constants C and m with g(n) <= C*f(n) for all n >=m O(f(n)) can be read as “order at most f(n)”. E.g. g(n) = n3+n2, f(n)=n3

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Big Omega Ω(f(n)) denotes the set of all g(n) that there exist positive constants C and m with g(n) >= C*f(n) for all n >=m Ω(f(n)) can be read as “order at least f(n)”. E.g. g(n) = n3+n2, f(n)=n3

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Big Theta Θ(f(n)) denotes the set of all g(n) that there exist positive constants C , C’ and m with C*f(n) <= g(n) <= C’*f(n) for all n >=m Θ(f(n)) can be read as “order exactly f(n)”. E.g. g(n) = log10n, f(n)= log2n

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