07:50

ECS 220 5c:6.6 why is it hard to prove P neq NP

14:14

ECS 220 4b:6.2 upper bounds versus lower bounds

04:55

ECS 220 1b:2.5 tractability and mathematical…

ECS 220 1b:2.5 tractability and mathematical insight

07:38

ECS 120 9b:2 empty language problem is undecidable

08:41

ECS 120 9a:1 halting problem definition and…

ECS 120 9a:1 halting problem definition and Turing-recognizability

02:03

ECS 120 8c:2 reduction between two problems is an…

ECS 120 8c:2 reduction between two problems is an algorithm, but it does not solve either problem

04:28

ECS 120 8a:5 ranking the hardness of problems

02:14

ECS 120 7c:5 the P vs NP question

03:18

ECS 120 7a:3 P is the same for most encodings and…

ECS 120 7a:3 P is the same for most encodings and programming languages

08:06

ECS 120 7a:1 time complexity classes and the Time…

ECS 120 7a:1 time complexity classes and the Time Hierarchy Theorem

08:27

ECS 120 6c:2 measuring running time

11:34

ECS 120 6a:1 languages decided-recognized by TMs

13:47

ECS 120 1a:1 introduction to course

32:54

LP Polyhedra-Lec13

perturbation method, complexity of simplex method, primal and dual dictionaries.

42:40

Lecture168-Algorithms11(last)

43:11

Lecture168-Algorithm10

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