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When the word problem of a group is soluble, it is natural to ask how hard the problem is. It is standard to use bounds on time, or on space, or at least to use measures which give information about those bounds. It is also common to analyse the type of computational machine which is needed to perform the calculation (which could range from the most general Turing machine to a simple finite state automaton). This survey article introduces and compares briefly some of these different measures of complexity.
Author(s): Rees SE
Publication type: Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Publication status: Published
Conference Name: European Women in Mathematics
Year of Conference: 2002