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The state of being complex; intricacy; entanglement
That which is and renders complex; intricacy; complication
{n} complex state
The interaction of many parts, giving rise to difficulties in linear or reductionist analysis due to the nonlinearity of circular causation and feedback effects
any of various measures of the difficulty of a given decision problem, computational method, or algorithm; for example, the total number of bits, flops, or operations used may be regarded as approximately a function of the size of the problem, or the amount of work involved in its solution
measures the number of "layers" of technology that must be integrated into this technology
A set of structure-based metrics that measure the attribute of the degree to which a system or component has a design er implementation that is difficult to understand and verify IEEE96
A combination of richness, depth, flavor intensity balance, finesse, and lots of other fancy words that let you know this is a really good wine
{i} intricacy, complicated quality
An element in all great wines and many very good ones; a combination of richness, depth, flavor intensity, focus, balance, harmony and finesse
The term used when a wine has multiple flavor and aroma characteristics from the vineyard source, winemaking techniques and/or bottle development
Complexity describes flavor that shifts among pleasurable possibilities; a harmonious multiplicity of sensation The Yemen Mocha definitely should be complex; if the Sumatran is a good one it should also be complex; the Mexican is undoubtedly the least complex coffee of the three
Complexity is the state of having many different parts connected or related to each other in a complicated way. a diplomatic tangle of great complexity. the increasing complexity of modern weapon systems. simplicity
(n ) A measure of time or space used by an algorithm Without adjective this refers to time complexity
the quality of being intricate and compounded; "he enjoyed the complexity of modern computers
A measure of computer time or space to solve a problem by an algorithm as a function of the problem's dimensions Suppose T(n) is the time it takes to solve an instance of the problem with dimension n Then, the algorithm has (worst-case) time complexity K(n), if the greatest time it could take to solve an instance of the problem is O(K(n)) When K(n) is a polynomial, we say the algorithm has polynomial time complexity The Klee-Minty polytope shows that the elementary simplex method does not have polynomial time complexity
That which is complex; intricacy; complication
The degree to which a system's designer or code is difficult to understand because of numerous components or relationships among components
The study of complex phenomena in natural systems Basic themes include the dynamics, interactions, emergence, adaptation, learning, and evolution of a system
The number of species at each trophic level and the number of trophic levels in a community
Some things can be verified in polynomial time, but cannot be found without exponential effort
An element in all great wines and many very good ones; a combination of richness, depth, flavour intensity, focus, balance, harmony and finesse
A term used to describe intricate wine character, bouquet and flavours that come from grape quality, employed techniques and development
In services marketing, the number of steps required to perform a service p 632
The management of proprietary point-to-point interfaces is labour-intensive and requires costly specialist expertise
the quality of being intricate and compounded; "he enjoyed the complexity of modern computers"
The various fragrances noted by small, created by the development of wine from the fermentation and aging process, whether in barrel or bottle
The level of intricacy in the logic of the solution or problem or the degree of difficulty and amount of time to implement a particular design or piece of software
a quantitative measure of a program's complexity
{From taped interview: July, 1997}
the degree to which the structure and behavior of an organization, application, or component is difficult to understand and verify due to its large size, the large number of relationships between its components, and the large amount of interactions required by its collaborating components to provide its capabilities
We can say there are two kinds of complexity Detail Complexity is when there are many variables Dynamic Complexity is situations where cause and effect are subtle, and where the effects over time of interventions are not obvious
complexity theory
The study and classification of decision problems by the computational resources—such as time and space—needed by the programs that solve the problems

The professor of complexity theory says that the problem can be solved in polynomial time.

complexity theory
The study of how order, structure, and pattern arise from extremely complicated, apparently chaotic systems
cognitive complexity
A sophisticated set of mental constructs that enables a person to distinguish subtle differences among people
cognitive complexity
A personality characteristic that describes the degree of structural intricacy of the organizing schemas used by different groups of consumers to code and store information in memory
cognitive complexity
the degree to which the learner must use differentmental (cognitive) processesin order to answer a question
computational complexity
Inherent cost of solving a problem in large-scale scientific computation, measured by the number of operations required as well as the amount of memory used and the order in which it is used. The result of a complexity analysis is an estimate of how rapidly the solution time increases as the problem size increases, which can be used to analyze problems and assist in the design of algorithms for their solution
Kolmogorov complexity
The complexity of an information object—such as a book or an image—informally defined as the length of the shortest program that produces that information object
attributional complexity
An individual difference (can be thought of as a personality variable) referring to the extent that an individual prefers complex explanations for behavior

Do beliefs and attributional complexity influence age-differences in the correspondence bias?.

irreducible complexity
the minimal amount of complexity a biological system may exhibit while still maintaining its primary function
space complexity
A measure of the amount of space, or memory required by an algorithm to solve a given decision problem
time complexity
the amount of time an algorithm requires to run, as a function of the amount of input, measured in such a way as to ignore constant terms and multiplication by constant terms

Classical computers cannot sort a list of size n in less than O(n\,\log\, n) time.

environmental complexity
(Ekonomi) The strength, number, and interconnectedness of the specific and general forces that an organization has to manage
plural of complexity
The complexities of something are the many complicated factors involved in it. The issue is surrounded by legal complexities