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Reports tagged with middle bit:
TR04-107 | 24th November 2004
Ingo Wegener, Philipp Woelfel

New Results on the Complexity of the Middle Bit of Multiplication

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It is well known that the hardest bit of integer multiplication is the middle bit, i.e. MUL_{n-1,n}.
This paper contains several new results on its complexity.
First, the size s of randomized read-k branching programs, or, equivalently, its space (log s) is investigated.
A randomized algorithm for MUL_{n-1,n} with k=O(log ... more >>>

TR21-031 | 3rd March 2021
Vaibhav Krishan

Upper Bound for Torus Polynomials

We prove that all functions that have low degree torus polynomials approximating them with small error also have $MidBit^+$ circuits computing them. This serves as a partial converse to the result that all $ACC$ functions have low degree torus polynomials approximating them with small error, by Bhrushundi, Hosseini, Lovett and ... more >>>

TR23-111 | 29th July 2023
Vaibhav Krishan

$\mathit{MidBit}^+$, Torus Polynomials and Non-classical Polynomials: Equivalences for $\mathit{ACC}$ Lower Bounds

We give a conversion from non-classical polynomials to $\mathit{MidBit}^+$ circuits and vice-versa. This conversion, along with previously known results, shows that torus polynomials, non-classical polynomials and $\mathit{MidBit}^+$ circuits can all be converted to each other. Therefore lower bounds against any of these models lead to lower bounds against all three ... more >>>

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