The complexity of sets
This chapter studies the complexity of sets of natural numbers. There are two interrelated types of complexity, these are computational and descriptive. In both cases, to understand the complexity of sets, this chapter introduces classes of similar complexity, namely, classes of sets sharing a certain complexity property.
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