The Complexity of Boolean Functions (Wiley Teubner on by Ingo Wegener
By Ingo Wegener
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For the other rectangles let j′ = d(l j) − (r − 1) 2h(l ) − 1 . By definition of d(l j) we can find some k such that d(l j) = k 2h(l ) , thus j′ = (k − r) 2h(l ) + 2h(l ) − 1 . Furthermore d(l j) − r 2h(l ) = (k − r) 2h(l ) = d(l j′) by definition of d . So also the other rectangles are of the form Vj′′ d(l j′ ) and are computed before step l . The triangles are computed in t − 1 steps (2 ≤ l ≤ t). 25) is correct by our standard arguments. The rectangles are computed before step l as has been shown above.
So log3 2 n + 1 steps are sufficient to reduce the number of summands to 2 . 1 : The school method for multiplication implemented with CSA gates and a Krapchenko adder leads to a circuit of size O(n2) and depth O(log n) . This multiplication circuit is asymptotically optimal with respect to depth. It is hard to imagine that o(n2) gates are sufficient for multiplication. Let us try a divide-and-conquer algorithm. Let n = 2k and let x = (x′ x′′ ) and y = (y′ y′′ ) be divided into two parts of length n 2 .
For all those who are not familiar with the NP-theory we give the following short explanation. Many (more than 1000) problems are known to be NP-complete. It can be proved that one of the following statements is correct. Either all NP-complete problems have polynomial algorithms or no NP-complete problem may be solved by a polynomial algorithm. The conjecture of most of the experts is that the second statement holds. One of the well-known NP-complete problems is the set cover problem which we prove to be equivalent to our minimization problem.