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**arrow**notation is a notation which generalizes the Knuth up-**arrow**notation and is defined as a^...^b_()_(c)=a->b->c.**Arrow's**paradox, also called

**Arrow's**impossibility theorem or the general possibility theorem, states that perfect democratic voting is impossible, not just in practice but ...

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**arrow**notation is an inverse of the Knuth up-**arrow**notation defined by evn = lnn (1) evvn = ln^*n (2) evvvn = ln^(**)n, (3) where ln^*n is the number of times the ...Knuth's up-

**arrow**notation is a notation invented by Knuth (1976) to represent large numbers in which evaluation proceeds from the right (Conway and Guy 1996, p. 60): m^n ...Computation

**time**(also called "running time") is the length of**time**required to perform a computational process. Representation a computation as a sequence of rule ...An algorithm is said to be solvable in polynomial

**time**if the number of steps required to complete the algorithm for a given input is O(n^k) for some nonnegative integer k, ...A

**time**series x_1, x_2, ... is nonstationary if, for some m, the joint probability distribution of x_i, x_(i+1), ..., x_(i+m-1) is dependent on the**time**index i.Consider a broadcast scheme on a connected graph from an originator vertex v in a graph G consisting of a sequence of parallel calls starting from v. In each

**time**step, every ...Analysis of data ordered by the

**time**the data were collected (usually spaced at equal intervals), called a**time**series. Common examples of a**time**series are daily temperature ...A circle with an

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