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Old 01-28-2013, 08:20 AM
palmipede palmipede is offline
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Default Re: Q5, K dependency on N?

Speaking of computational complexity, some hard problems like boolean satisfiability (e.g. 3-SAT) have been observed to have easy solution times for the average random instances of the problem but is no practical upper bound on the solution times of the worst cases.

I wonder what does that mean for learning? Are there known cases of phase transition in learning time?
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