
#1
Aug2211, 04:44 PM

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What does that mean when there's an [itex] \epsilon[/itex] in the complexity, such as
[itex] O(n^{2+\epsilon}) [/itex] for every [itex] \epsilon >0[/itex] 



#2
Aug2711, 04:34 PM

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I would tend to take it very literally. It says the complexity is greater than [itex]O(n^{2})[/itex]. But it is less than for instance [itex]O(n^{2.1})[/itex]. Note that a complexity of [itex]O(n^{3})[/itex] as well as [itex]O(n^{4})[/itex] implies a complexity of [itex]O(n^{3})[/itex]. 


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