# Complexity in a sentence

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The **complexity** class SC is named after him.

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Its **complexity** had led to poor reliability.

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The work was made with intensive **complexity**.

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greater financial **complexity** and innovation;

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Jazz fusion arrangements vary in **complexity**.

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This depends on the **complexity** of the test.

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These extensions vary greatly in **complexity**.

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The **complexity** M is then defined as. where.

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There are a few reasons for this **complexity**:

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The **complexity** of semantides varies greatly.

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The algorithm also has O(V) time **complexity**.

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In this step, the time **complexity** is O(m+k).

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They have to have a minimum of **complexity**."

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of variable **complexity** and modularity, and;

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**Complexity** is Θ(n) moves and examinations.

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the nature and **complexity** of its activities;

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This introduces some additional **complexity**;

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His designs were noted for their **complexity**.

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the nature and **complexity** of its activities;

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Thus network has **complexity** of 0(N log(N)).

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It is a change in the spread of **complexity**."

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Early toys were known for their **complexity**;

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TANGO manages **complexity** using hierarchies.

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They have to have a minimum of **complexity**."

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The Nea was a building of great **complexity**.

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These extensions vary greatly in **complexity**.

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Such **complexity** is very unusual for malware.

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This allows for **complexity** in aggregations.

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In the 1990s, AGVs increased in **complexity**.

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conceptual **complexity** of images and themes;

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