By E. Allen Emerson (auth.), Sanjiv Kapoor, Sanjiva Prasad (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the twentieth foreign convention on Foundations of software program expertise and Theoretical desktop technological know-how, FST TCS 2000, held in New Delhi, India in December 2000. The 36 revised complete papers awarded have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a complete of 141 submissions; additionally integrated are six invited papers. the quantity presents huge insurance of the logical and mathematical foundations of machine technology and spans the complete variety of theoretical machine technological know-how.
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It is easy to see that all 0/1 matrices have complexity O(n2 ) and that a random one has complexity Ω(n2 / log n). The complexity of A is the same as the linear circuit complexity of computing AT x. ) For the case where |αi |, |βi | = O(1) (which is to be understood from now on), Chazelle’s spectral lemma  gives us a line of attack: Lemma 1. The complexity of an n-by-n 0/1 matrix A is Ω(maxk k log λk ), where λk is the k-th largest eigenvalue of AT A. Of course, the same lemma applies to the circuit complexity as well.
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