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Automatic complexity: a computable measure of irregularity

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SASW09 - International conference on computability, complexity and randomness

Depending on how we define it, the “complexity” of a finite word may or may not be: 1. Computable. 2. Taking concrete values (not just up to a constant additive term). 3. Hard to compute, (1) notwithstanding. 4. Robust (admitting equivalent characterizations). Automatic complexity, introduced by Shallit and Wang in 2001, has properties (1) and (2). I will discuss the current status for (3) and (4), and what else is known and unknown about automatic complexity.  

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