Average-Case Complexity is a thorough survey of the average-case complexity of problems in N. Average-Case Complexity is intended for scholars and graduate students in the field of theoretical computer science.

Average-Case Complexity is intended for scholars and graduate students in the field of theoretical computer science. The reader will also discover a number of results, insights, and proof techniques whose usefulness goes beyond the study of average-case complexity.

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Foundations and Trends R in Theoretical Computer Science Vol. 2, No 1 (2006) 1–106 c 2006 A. Trevisan DOI: 1. 561/0400000004. Average-Case Complexity. While the relation between worst-case and average-case complexity for general NP prob-lems remains open, there has been progress in understanding the rela-tion between dierent degrees of average-case complexity. We discuss some of these hardness amplication results.

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Foundations and trends in theoretical computer science, Theoretical computer science, FnT, FnT TCS. ISSN. We survey the average-case complexity of problems in NP. We discuss various notions of good-on-average algorithms, and present completeness results due to Impagliazzo and Levin. Such completeness results establish the fact that if a certain specific (but somewhat artificial) NP problem is easy-on-average with respect to the uniform distribution, then all problems in NP are easy-on-average with respect to all samplable distributions.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Communication Complexity (for Algorithm Designers) collects the lecture notes from the author's eponymous course taught at Stanford in the winter quarter of 2015. The two primary goals of the text are: (1) Learn several canonical problems in communication complexity that are useful for proving lower bounds for algorithms (Disjointness. Paperback: 206 pages. Publisher: Now Publishers Inc (April 8, 2016).

Bogdanov and L. Trevisan, Average-Case Complexity, Foundations and Trends in Theoretical Computer Science, Vol. 2, Hanover, MA: Now Publishers In. 2006. Book chapters or sections. L. Trevisan, "Learning Heavy Fourier Coefficients of Boolean Functions," in Encyclopedia of Algorithms, M. Y. Kao, E. Springer Reference, New York, NY: Springer US, 2008. R. Canetti, R. Rivest, M. Sudan, L. Trevisan, S. Vadhan, and H. Wee, "Amplifying collision resistance: A treatment," in Advances in Cryptology: Proc.