By Neal Koblitz
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10 ln3 n + 20n2 . 3 . The number of monomials in x, y, z of total degree at most n. 4. The number of polynomials in x of degree at most n whose coefficients are 0 or 1 . 5 . The number of polynomials in x of degree at most n - 1 whose coefficients are integers between 0 and n. 6. The area of a fixed shape after it's magnified by a factor of n. 7. The amount of memory space a computer requires to store the number n. 8. The amount of memory space a computer requires to store n2 . 9. The sum of the first n positive integers.
12. (m2 + 2m - 3)(n + ln2 n + 14). 13 . 2m ln2 n + 3m 2 ln n. 14. rhe largest n-digit number to the base m. 15 . The maximum number of circles of radius 1 / n that fit into a circle of radius m without overlapping. 22 Chapter 2. Complexity of Computations § 2. Length of Numbers From now on, unless otherwise stated, we shall assume that all of our numbers are written in binary, and all arithmetic is performed to the base 2. Throughout this book we shall use the notation log to mean log2 and ln to mean loge.
There is a useful way to classify time estimates in the range between poly nomial and exponential time. Let n be a large positive integer, perhaps the input for our algorithm; let 'Y be a real number between 0 and 1 ; and let c > 0 be a constant. 2. Let L n ( "f ; C) = 0 ( e c( ( ln n) � ( ln ln n ) 1 - � ) ) • In particular, L n ( l ; c) = O(ec ln n ) = O(nc), and L n (O; c) = O(ec ln ln n ) = O((ln n)c ). An L("()-algorithm is an algorithm that, when applied to the integer n, has running time estimate of the form L n ('Y; c) for some c.