According to Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RP_(complexity), $ P \ne NP$ implies that $ RP$ is a strict subset of $ NP$ . Does anybody have a reference? Furthermore, am I correct that if this indeed the case, then $ NP-COMPLETE \cap RP = \emptyset$ since we can use $ NP$ completeness to solve all other $ NP$ problems?
While adding a new post in WordPress admin, my website https://www.xingoos.com have an option to select company name. Company name must appear while typing as drop down but this search take 15-20 seconds for every large or small name search. Any change in code required or it depends on server configuration.
So I’m self-learning coq. And I came across the proof for associativity in addition
forall (a b c : nat)
Appearntly when we do
induction a. after
intros a b c., it creates 2 subgoals
and afterwards we simply need to show that the two sides in both subgoals are equivalent, and the proof is completed.
So I’m just wondering why we don’t need to do
induction b. and
induction c. to complete the proof? Why only performing induction on
a is able to complete the proof?
Or in other words, how come in the function that returns the proof, we just get
c for “free”? Constructively don’t we need something like a double induction applied twice?
The Tempest Domain cleric’s Thunderbolt Strike feature (PHB, p. 62) says:
At 6th level, when you deal lightning damage to a Large or smaller creature, you can also push it up to 10 feet away from you.
I envision the Thunderbolt Strike as throwing the target creature away from it, not gently pushing it away. I mean, lightning is an instantaneous thing, and 10 feet is more than just losing your balance.
The Thunderbolt Strike feature of a Tempest cleric leaves me with many questions. For instance, if a monster is able to make a multiattack consisting of 2 claw attacks and then a bite, and it hits me with its first attack, I can use Wrath of Storm as a reaction to deal lightning damage to it, and thereby blast the creature back 10 feet using Thunderbolt Strike.
If the monster does not have 10 feet of movement left after being pushed, does it lose its other 2 attacks against me (if no other targets are in range of it)? Or does it get to make all 3 attacks before it is blasted away from me?
Given a graph G = (V, E) and two integers a, b, does there exist V’ ⊆ V such that |V’| = a and |(V’ × V’) ∩ E| ≥ b. That is, the problem is to determine if there is a subset of vertices of size at least a such that the subgraph induced by V’ has at least b edges.
Assuming P ≠ NP
How do you determine whether a problem belongs in NP Intermediate or NP Complete?
Why does integer factorization belong in NP Intermediate, but the knapsack problem belongs in NP Complete?
There doesn’t seem to be any resources on this. I would like to know if there is a linear-time algorithm to convert a Complete Binary Tree to a Priority Search Tree.
From the following link:
So basically, in our iff proof, we have to show two directions:
Forward: If Hamiltonian Path has a yes-instance, so does longest path. This makes sense because we can just let “k” = |V| – 1 if hamiltonian path is yes. Then clearly there is a longest simple path with |V| – 1 edges.
I’m having trouble with the backward part
Backward: If Longest Path has a yes instance, so does longest path. Let’s assume that there is a longest path from s to t of length k (this can be a different k than the one we defined above?). How does that guarantee that there is a hamiltonian path from s-t? If it is the same k, where k = |V| – 1, then I agree there is a hamiltonian path, but what if this k is something different?
The Descent into Avernus adventure provides more information about what happens to souls in the Nine Hells/Baator than was previously available (soul coins and their uses, in particular).
It’s also made it clear that I really don’t understand the paths that souls in the Hells can follow, and thus don’t feel able to convey the moral/logistical implications of any particular action relating to souls to players.
I’m looking for a complete picture of the soul lifecycle in the Hells (and I’m not expecting it to be linear). I could ask a bunch of smaller questions, but that wouldn’t actually help me understand the lifecycle as a whole so I can reason about it in unusual situations.
Answers should probably include:
- States such as: being a living lawful evil mortal who hasn’t made a devilish pact, being a living mortal who has sold their soul, being a lemure, being in the River Styx, being tortured to draw out soul energy, being a higher rank devil, being trapped in a soul coin
- Transitions such as: dying, being forged into a soul coin, being utterly annihilated, being freed from a soul coin, being promoted, being demoted
- How the states and transitions relate to each other
5e materials & designer statements should take precedence, but materials from earlier editions are welcome in answers.
I have purchased as much as I can in the starting up of backlinking and I have followed advice from the best of them. I have bought Scrapebox, GSA, and The Best Spinner and Now I am out of money until next week.
Can anybody here guide me to using Scrapebox the best or only way possible without needing an api (just until next week) in conjunction with GSA Search Engine Ranker?
I have gsa set up and im just trying to get some lists because apparently my campaign has stopped because of that (it needs more urls to post to).
Can anyone tell me, am I able to extract Urls from Scrapebox and move forward with GSA just for the time being and if so can you tell me how?