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RL
also called Complexity class of problems solvable in logarithmic space and polynomial time with probabilistic Turing machines

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  1. (Randomized Logarithmic-space), sometimes called RLP , is the complexity class of problems solvable in logarithmic space and polynomial time with probabilistic Turing machines with one-sided error

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  2. Randomized Logarithmic-space Polynomial-time

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  3. a term from computational complexity theory

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  4. named in analogy with RP, which is similar but has no logarithmic space restriction

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  5. The probabilistic Turing machines in the definition of RL never accept incorrectly but are allowed to reject incorrectly less than 1/3 of the time

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