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... In complexity theory, the notion of P-complete decision problems is useful in the analysis of both which problems are difficult to parallelize effectively, and which problems are difficult to solve in limited space ... Formally, a decision problem is P-complete (complete for the complexity class P) if it is in P and that every problem in P can be reduced to it by using an appropriate reduction ... computer with a polynomial number of processors, then all P-complete problems lie outside NC and so cannot be effectively parallelized, under the unproven assumption ...
... was purchased by James Salviski, founder of LogicalSolutions.net and began undergoing a complete renovation (expected to be complete in late 2009). 2009 - With much of the data center and interior renovation complete, a significant effort to clean up the grounds is underway ...
... Complete lattices are partially ordered sets, where every subset has an infimum and a supremum ... Let be a complete lattice, with infimum and minimum symbolized by and, respectively ...
... The complete boxed set containing all eight series and two Christmas specials was released in October 2007 ... DVD release Notes Region 2 Region 4 Complete Series 13 ... September 10 ... November 2004 Includes the pilot Complete Series 8 ... August 2 ... March 2006 ...
... Development of a human-like face for Cog (complete) ... Obtaining major degrees of motor freedom in trunk (complete), head (complete), arms (complete), legs, and a flexible spine ... Sight (through video cameras that respond to movement complete) ...
More definitions of "complete":
- (adj): Having all four whorls or principal parts--sepals and petals and stamens and carpels (or pistils).
Example: "Complete flowers"
- (adj): Having every necessary or normal part or component or step.
Example: "A complete meal"; "a complete wardrobe"; "a complete set pf the Britannica"; "a complete set of china"; "a complete defeat"; "a complete accounting"
- (verb): Come or bring to a finish or an end.
- (adj): Highly skilled.
Example: "A complete musician"
- (verb): Complete a pass.
- (adj): Perfect and complete in every respect; having all necessary qualities.
Example: "A complete gentleman"
- (adj): Having come or been brought to a conclusion.
Example: "The harvesting was complete"
Synonyms: concluded, ended, over, all over, terminated
- (adj): Without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers.
Example: "A complete coward"
Synonyms: arrant, consummate, double-dyed, everlasting, gross, perfect, pure, sodding, stark, staring, thoroughgoing, utter
- (verb): Bring to a whole, with all the necessary parts or elements.
Example: "A child would complete the family"
Famous quotes containing the word complete:
“Tis chastity, my brother, chastity.
She that has that is clad in complete steel,
And like a quivered nymph with arrows keen
May trace huge forests and unharbored heaths,
Infamous hills and sandy perilous wilds,
Where, through the sacred rays of chastity,
No savage fierce, bandit, or mountaineer
Will dare to soil her virgin purity.”
—John Milton (16081674)
“For us to go to Italy and to penetrate into Italy is like a most fascinating act of self-discoveryback, back down the old ways of time. Strange and wonderful chords awake in us, and vibrate again after many hundreds of years of complete forgetfulness.”
—D.H. (David Herbert)
“I see advertisements for active young men, as if activity were the whole of a young mans capital. Yet I have been surprised when one has with confidence proposed to me, a grown man, to embark in some enterprise of his, as if I had absolutely nothing to do, my life having been a complete failure hitherto. What a doubtful compliment this to pay me!”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)