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Similarly, we have that NC is equivalent to the problems solvable on an alternating Turing machine restricted to at most two options at each step with space and alternations.
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Similarly, if we limit the number of literals per clause to 2 and change the OR operations to XOR operations, the result is exclusive-or 2-satisfiability, a problem complete for SL = L.
Similarly, if light consisted strictly of classical particles and we illuminated two parallel slits, the expected pattern on the screen would simply be the sum of the two single-slit patterns.
Similarly Robert Boyle, a prominent advocate of the experimental method, held that we have innate ideas.
Similarly to Leibniz solution, in a real life, we can say the person ( or any macroscopic object ) is the same, because all signs refer to the person ( or object ) in the past, which evolved in time.
Similarly, in regard to passages from the Enneads, " The only space or place of the world is the soul " and " Time must not be assumed to exist outside the soul ", Ludwig Noiré wrote: " For the first time in Western philosophy we find idealism proper in Plotinus, However, Plotinus does not address whether we know external objects, unlike Schopenhauer and other modern philosophers.
Similarly, for any semi-normed vector space we can define the distance between two vectors u and v as ‖ u − v ‖.
" Similarly, Irenaeus wrote that the Christian " will not be commanded to leave idle one day of rest, who is constantly keeping sabbath ", and Tertullian argued " that we still more ought to observe a sabbath from all servile work always, and not only every seventh-day, but through all time ".
" Similarly, journalist Brian Doherty has argued that the Ninth Amendment " specifically roots the Constitution in a natural rights tradition that says we are born with more rights than any constitution could ever list or specify.
Similarly, as seen above, the Fourier transform can be thought of as a function that measures how much of each individual frequency is present in our function ƒ, and we can recombine these waves by using an integral ( or " continuous sum ") to reproduce the original function.
Similarly, it's not enough for subsets of a topological space to be disjoint ; we may want them to be separated ( in any of various ways ).
The logic behind this is analogous to the logic that a polynomial-time solution to an NP-complete problem would prove P = NP: if we have a NC reduction from any problem in P to a problem A, and an NC solution for A, then NC = P. Similarly, if we have a log-space reduction from any problem in P to a problem A, and a log-space solution for A, then L = P.
Similarly, if we wanted to predict the size of the earth's population in 1993 within a few percent, we would need a very much more complicated model than the one described here.
" Similarly, a passage in 1 John says, " This is how we know who the children of God are and who the children of the devil are: Anyone who does not do what is right is not a child of God.
Similarly, a graph is 2-connected if we must remove at least two vertices from it, to create a disconnected graph.
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Similarly, on the regional channels many class 3, stations have been assigned either to operate daytime only or to operate nighttime with directional antennas and/or lower power.
Similarly, the innovations of bop, and of Parker particularly, have been vastly overrated by people unfamiliar with music, especially by that ignoramus, the intellectual jitterbug, the jazz aficionado.
Similarly, the American Cancer Society ( ACS ), the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation, and the BBB have each stated lately that medical quackery is at a new high.
Similarly, some dishes that are typically considered American have their origins in other countries.
Similarly, the US and Europe have started to see new religious groups develop in relation to increased ayahuasca use.
Similarly, in 1971, Alistair Campbell stated that the apologue technique used in Beowulf is so infrequent in the epic tradition aside from when Virgil uses it that the poet who composed Beowulf could not have written the poem in such a manner without first coming across Virgil's writings.
Similarly, models of condensed matter systems have been studied where collective excitations behave like photons and electrons, thereby describing electromagnetism as an emergent phenomenon.
Similarly, the set of rational numbers in the closed interval is not compact: the sets of rational numbers in the intervals and cover all the rationals in for but this cover does not have a finite subcover.
Similarly, the Mandé societies in Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Côte d ' Ivoire, Liberia, Senegal and Sierra Leone have social stratification systems that divide society by ethnic ties.
" Similarly, in Crash ( 1996 ), people who have been injured in car crashes attempt to view their ordeal as " a fertilizing rather than a destructive event ".
Similarly, TV heroine Jessica Fletcher of Murder, She Wrote is confronted with bodies wherever she goes, but over the years corpses have also piled up in the streets of Cabot Cove, Maine, where she lives.
Similarly, the set of organisms that can potentially be present in an area can also have a major impact on ecosystems.
Similarly, dominant species have a large impact on ecosystem function, while rare species tend to have a small effect.
Similarly, random fractals have been used to describe / create many highly irregular real-world objects.
Similarly, it was commonly believed by Medieval people that other ancient figures like the poet Virgil, astronomer Ptolemy and philosopher Aristotle had been involved in magic, and grimoires claiming to have been written by them were circulated.
Similarly, gnomes are contrasted to elves, as in William Cullen Bryant's Little People of the Snow ( 1877 ), which has " let us have a tale of elves that ride by night, with jingling reins, or gnomes of the mine " ( cited after OED ).
Similarly, prehistoric obsidian blades should have lost their edge ; this is not observed either ( although obsidian may have a different viscosity from window glass ).
A fitter scene for his romance he probably could not have chosen .” Similarly, De Vore states, “ The setting is greatly influential in Gothic novels.