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Computational Complexity Theory - What are examples of computational complexity?


An example of a computational complexity problem is a function problem, in which each input is anticipated to yield a single output of the overall function. But it's not as easy as answering yes or no; the result is more complicated than a choice dilemma. Two well-known examples are the integer factorization problem and the traveling salesman issue.