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By Neal Koblitz

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However, sometimes one has to be careful, as the following example shows. 6. Is there a polynomial time algorithm for determining whether the m-th Fermat number is prime or composite? Here it is crucial to specify the form of the input. , 100 . . 00 1 with zm - l zeros between the two l 's ), then the answer to this question is "yes". That is, there are several algorithms that can determine whether n is prime or composite in time that is bounded by a polynomial function of zm . However, if the input is the number m written in binary, then the answer to this question is almost certainly "no".

Nor is the L('Y)-terminology useful for algorithms that are just slightly slower than polynomial time - such as the 0 ((ln n)c ln ln ln n ) primality test in [Adleman, Pomerance, and Rumely 1 983]. Some people prefer to give a different definition of "subexponential time". They use the term for an algorithm with running time bounded by a function of the form ef (k ) , where k is the input length and f(k) = o(k) (see Remark 6 of § 1 for the meaning of little-a). 2. Exercises for § 3 1 . (a) Using the big-0 notation, estimate in terms of a simple function of number of bit operations required to compute 3 n in binary.

1 1'! - 1 , V! -1 = l = V! - IT! - 1 +U! -1 = U! -I V! , = v1r1 +uob , = vb + ua , 29 V = U o q0v 1 , U = v1 - U! - 2 = V! , • To estimate the time required for all this, we recall that the number of bit operations in the division a = q0b + r1 is at most length( b) length(q0). Similarly, the time for the division r1 _1 = q1 rj + r1+1 is at most length(rj ) length(qj) :::; length(b) length(q1 ). Thus, the total time for all the divisions is O ( ln b(ln qo + ln q1 + +In ql+ 1 ) ) = 0 ( (ln b)(In TI qj ) ) .

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