A measure of computer time or space to solve a problem by an algorithm as a function of the problem's dimensions. Suppose T(n) is the time it takes to solve an instance of the problem with dimension n. Then, the algorithm has (worst-case) time complexity K(n), if the greatest time it could take to s...
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(algorithm) The level in difficulty in solving mathematically posed problems as measured by the time, number of steps or arithmetic operations, or memory space required (called time complexity, computational complexity, and space complexity, respectively). The interesting aspect is usually how compl...
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In general usage, complexity tends to be used to characterize something with many parts in intricate arrangement. The study of these complex linkages is the main goal of complex systems theory. In science there are at this time a number of approaches to characterizing complexity, many of which are ...
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no change from common usage. Complexity in assembly is measured by the difference between theoretical minimum operation times and projected actual operation times.
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The degree to which a component or system has a design and/or internal structure that is difficult to understand, maintain and verify. See also cyclomatic complexity....
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A phenomenon that has two distinct and almost opposite meanings. The first, and probably the oldest mathematically, goes back to Andrei Kolmogorov's attempt to give an algorithmic foundation to notions of randomness and probability and to Claude Shannon's study of communication channels via his noti...
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complexity, in science, field of study devoted to the process of self-organization. The basic concept of complexity is that all things tend to organize themselves into patterns, e.g., ant colonies, immune systems, and human cultures; further, they go through cycles of growth, mass extinction, regene...
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[journal] Complexity is a peer-reviewed scientific journal covering research in the field of complex adaptive systems. The journal`s scope includes studies on chaos, genetic algorithms, cellular automata, neural networks, and evolutionary game theory. Notable contributors include Nobel Prize...
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1) Cleverness 2) Coil 3) Complexness 4) Complexus 5) Complicatedness 6) Complication 7) Convolution 8) Difficulty 9) Entanglement 10) Erudition 11) Gnarl 12) Gordian knot 13) Impenetrability 14) Implica...
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