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Among others, we show that (i) the computational power of deterministic, nondeterministic, alternating, and Las Vegas probabilistic automata is the same, even after turning from the classical language recognition to solving promise problems, and, (ii) on promise problems, neither existing gaps of succinctness for classical language recognition can be violated, between any two of deterministic, nondeterministic, and alternating automata models.
3 The tight gap of succinctness between one-way DFAs and Las Vegas one-way e-free PFAs is asymptotically exponential on promise problems.
The things painted are automatically memorable owing to their mass-culture prominence, the brushwork memorable because it reenacts the contradiction between what Alfred Barr famously called the geometrical and nongeometrical abstraction that informs modernism: Robinson's images tend to have a succinctness and clarity, even when their cup runneth over with gestural fervor.
Although I realize that succinctness seems to constitute the norm in the entries of exhibition catalogues, a more in-depth analysis of the most relevant objects would have been desirable.
The scope and succinctness of Rees's work are complemented by the clarity of his writing.
In the introduction the editors present the richness of this tradition and the essays' place within it with impressive clarity and succinctness.
Throughout, with characteristic succinctness, wit, and historiographical elegance, O'M.
The professional reader will be irritated, I think, and unsatisfied by the succinctness of the discussion.
In addition to requiring participants to adhere strictly to an August 3, 2012, deadline, the committee emphasized brevity and succinctness by employing a web text box to impose a 350-word limit per response.
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One could easily criticize the author for failing to reach this unattainable goal, or, conversely, for not focusing on fewer issues in the interest of succinctness.
This notion is reflected in academic research surrounding the links between reading and writing, but it is most memorably expressed with characteristic succinctness by Philip Pullman who advises the aspiring writer to 'read like a butterfly, write like a bee'.