Complexity FAQs:


Q: Is complexity generally used to characterize something with many parts where those parts interact with each other in multiple ways?

A: Yes, and culminating in a higher order of emergence greater than the sum of its parts.

Q: Is complexity studied: the uniform complexity?

A: Yes, and prefix complexity, monotone complexity, time-bounded Kolmogorov complexity, and space-bounded Kolmogorov complexity.

Q: Is complexity a measure of the probability of the state vector of the system?

A: Yes.

Q: Is complexity the time complexity of a problem equal to the number of steps that it takes to solve an instance of the problem as a function of the size of the input?

A: Yes, and using the most efficient algorithm, and the space complexity of a problem equal to the volume of the memory used by the algorithm that it takes to solve an instance of the problem as a function of the size of the input , using the most efficient algorithm.

Q: Is complexity sues has been formalizing the intuitive conceptual distinction between the large number of variances in relationships extant in random collections?

A: Yes, and the sometimes large, but smaller, number of relationships between elements in systems where constraints simultaneously reduce the variations from element independence and create distinguishable regimes of more-uniform, or correlated, relationships, or interactions.

Q: Is complexity an important topic in the study of finite semigroups and automata?

A: Yes.

Q: Is complexity modest?

A: Yes, and is a feature of the natural phenomenon of design generation in nature, which is predicted by the Constructal law.

Q: Is complexity a gas in a container?

A: Yes, and with the gas molecules as the parts.

Q: Is complexity analyzed?

A: Yes.

Q: Is complexity a measure of the total number of properties transmitted by an object and detected by an observer?

A: Yes.

Q: Is complexity a city neighborhood as a living mechanism?

A: Yes, and with the neighborhood people among the system's parts.

Q: Is complexity the product of richness in the connections between components of a system?

A: Yes.

Q: Is complexity the large number of parts in the system of interest?

A: Yes, and the lack of correlation between elements in the system.

Q: Was complexity developed by Manuel Blum?

A: Yes.

Q: Is complexity a measure of the interactions of the various elements of the software?

A: Yes.