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1 SIP 250, AB 42

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3 We’ll use reductions that, by default, would be of this type, which is called: Polynomial-time mapping reduction Polynomial-time many-one reduction Polynomial-time Karp reduction !

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10 Do it yourself !!

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11 SIP 250, AB 88

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14 An oracle Turing machine M has one extra “query tape” and three special states q query,q yes,q no. To execute M we specify a language O {0,1} *, that is used as the “oracle”. When M O enters q query, it either moves to q yes or q no according to whether the string on the query tape belongs to O or not. An oracle call counts as one step.

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16 Let L be a language L * = { x | x=x 1..x k, x i L }

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