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2 Complexity of problems 41 of optimal solutions is at least as hard as the calculation of one optimal solution. For instance, if the latter is a strongly A/^T^-complete problem, the former is so. But, can the enumeration be even harder ? Is there any additional complexity classes dedicated to the enumeration of solutions? And what about the counting problem? A trivial way to count the number of solutions would be to solve the enumeration problem and to count the number of calculated solutions.

1 the complexities of the best algorithms available to solve some classical problems. Notice that for those examples the average complexity is equal to the maximal complexity. 1. Some types of algorithms and their complexity Algorithm t o . . Search an element belonging to a list of n elements Add an element in a non sorted list of n elements Add an element in a sorted list of n elements Perform a dichotomic search in an interval [min; max] of integer values Sort a list of n elements (fu1 sion sort) Maximal complexity 0(n) 0(1) 0{n) 0(log(max — min)) 0(nlog(n)) The complexity of a well written algorithm may sometimes be improved to the detriment of the spatial complexity: it is possible to reduce the computational time of an algorithm by increasing the size of the data.

Its average and maximal complexities are then of the order of fe x n. In the case of spatial complexity, the calculation cannot be performed on t h e algorithm itself -we cannot count the number of iterationsb u t rather on the d a t a it uses. T h e theoretical complexity of an algorithm is usually a function of Max, of Length and of addition and multiplying constants. Very often, we resume this complexity by the expression of the t e r m which gives its asymptotic value. 1 Complexity of algorithms 31 example, if the maximal complexity of an algorithm is Max^ + a x Length + c, we say that it is in 0{Max^ + Length).

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