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 May15 revised What is the mathematical foundation of Control Theory? added 275 characters in body May15 revised What is the mathematical foundation of Control Theory? added 275 characters in body May15 asked What is the mathematical foundation of Control Theory? May8 awarded Caucus Mar26 comment Is there Problem with an Answer that can't be found? Maybe NP classes? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computational_complexity_theory Mar25 suggested rejected edit on Solid Region of Infinitely Many Type-I Regions Mar23 suggested rejected edit on When are both fractions integers? Mar23 comment What does O(n+k) mean verbally @xavierm02You are right. My conclusion won't hold generally simply from comparing Os.I edited my post.Thanks Mar23 revised What does O(n+k) mean verbally added 86 characters in body Mar22 revised What does O(n+k) mean verbally added 41 characters in body Mar22 comment What does O(n+k) mean verbally @Jacob Yes. I mean M is an expression in terms of n.Should have been stated explicitly. Thanks by the way Mar22 comment What does O(n+k) mean verbally @xavierm02 $\Theta$ is stronger but I think my conclusion can be derived even with O.PC's upper bound is weaker than super computer's upper bound Mar22 comment What does O(n+k) mean verbally @ThomasAndrews Thank you for your explanations:) Mar22 comment What does O(n+k) mean verbally @ThomasAndrews I edited my post. Did I get the point correctly? Mar22 revised What does O(n+k) mean verbally added 25 characters in body Mar22 comment What does O(n+k) mean verbally @ThomasAndrews Do you mean that k or n drops out usually because of having less order rather than the other one? Or do you mean O(n+k) is e.g. O(n+5) and is different from O(n+m)? Mar22 comment What does O(n+k) mean verbally I am considering k as a variable like n. Like some graph theory algorithms which run in O(m+n) Mar22 revised What does O(n+k) mean verbally added 520 characters in body Mar22 answered What does O(n+k) mean verbally Mar22 revised Can you express $\cos(\frac{x}{2})\sin(x)$ as a linear combination of even multiples of $\frac{x}{2}$ in sin and odd ones in cos? format latex