**From:** Krekoski Ross (*rosskrekoski@gmail.com*)

**Date:** Sun Jun 22 2008 - 21:15:01 MDT

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sorry, misquoted-- I was replying to peter de Blanc's msg and not Mark's.

Ross

On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 11:11 AM, Krekoski Ross <rosskrekoski@gmail.com>

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*> you can describe the complexity of each descendant with the original code
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*> plus an argument stating the number of iterations the program runs for.
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*> There is no change in complexity.
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*> Ross
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*> Mark Nuzzolilo wrote:
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*>>> I'll take a swing at this.
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*>>> Let's start with the assumption that a machine cannot output a machine of
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*>>> greater algorithmic complexity.
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*>> - Peter de Blanc
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