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### NP-hardness on Cayley graphs

What is known about complexity of NP-hard problems on Cayley graphs? Suppose that the graph is given explicitly as the multiplication table of the group and the list of generators. So the input ...
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### Problem of graph bi-partition (related to graph isomorphism)

I am considering the following problem: Input: 3 graphs $G=(V,E)$, $H_1$, $H_2$ Question: Is there some $V_1\subseteq V$ such that $G[V_1]$ (the subgraph induced by $V_1$) is isomorphic to $H_1$,...
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### About representability of optimization versions of NP-complete questions as polynomial optimization over the hypercube

Naively, in my very limited awareness, it feels that the Max-CUT is a very "special" NP-Hard problem because for a graph with edge-set $E$, it can be written as the question of trying to maximize a $n$...
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### Satisfying two constraint with an oracle for satisfying one

Given an oracle to solve the knapsack feasibility problem: $$a^Tx=b, x \in \mathbb{N}^n$$ How can one solve in polynominal time the problem of satisfying two constraints at the same time? I already ...
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### Bijection between NP-complete problems

If $A$ and $B$ are NP-complete problems, is there a bijective function $f$ (computable in polynomial time) such that $w\in A$ iff $f(w)\in B$?
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### Subset sum solver. Worth continue working on this method? [closed]

I have been working in a subset sum problem solver for some time. The implementation is an exact/exhaustive search solver. The variable determining the asymptomatic growth rate is just $N$ (the ...
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### Balls & Bins: A punishment and reward game

Consider a game where one has a set of bins $(b_1, b_2, ...)$, and each bin has an associated initial count of balls $(c_1, c_2, ...)$. The rules of the game are as follows: (1) Once a bin has a ...
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### Is the problem NP-C or polynomially solvable?

I am considering a problem of the following: Given a set $X$ of integers and another integer B, are there two subsets of $X$, say $X_1$ and $X_2$, such that $X_1-X_2=B$ ? (Here, $X_i$ also denotes the ...