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not known to be either true or false.
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Theoretical questions in Databases
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Descriptive complexity classifies problems based on how hard it is to express the problem in some logical formalism.
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Questions about the theory of regular expressions, both in the sense of Kleene's original definition and of POSIX regular expressions.
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Questions about deterministic finite automata
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the study of systems that operate simultaneously. For example given a set of elevators and a pool of people who want to go to various floors. An example of a concurrent system would be …
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Probabilistically checkable proofs
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an interactive theorem prover.
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Theoretical questions in Neural and Evolutionary Computing
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a procedure that can apply generically to many problems (for example gradient descent, alternating optimization, simulated annealing) but will typically not have formal guarantees assoc…
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an NP-hard problem in combinatorial optimization studied in operations research and theoretical computer science. Given a list of cities and their pairwise dis…
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a binary relation over a set which is reflexive, antisymmetric, and transitive.
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the proving of mathematical theorems by a computer program.
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VC-dimension (after Vapnik and Chervonenkis) is a measure of the power of a set of shapes (ranges) to realize subsets of points. VC-dimension is a vital analysis tool in the fields of machine learning…
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Questions about analysis of proofs in theories
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questions about attaining and maintaining a career in fields related to theoretical computer science
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a sparse (low degree) graph with high "expansion," measured in one of several ways; typically akin to the minimum ratio of the size of a subgraph boundary to the subgraph's volume.
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