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  1. The axioms were first defined by Manuel Blum in 1967

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  2. In computational complexity theory the Blum axioms or Blum complexity axioms are axioms which specify desirable properties of complexity measures on the set of computable functions

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  3. The most well-known measures satisfying these axioms are those of time (i.e., running time) and space (i.e., memory usage)

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  4. Importantly, the Speedup and Gap theorems hold for any complexity measure satisfying these axioms

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  5. a tuple (\varphi, ¶hi) with \varphi a Gödel numbering of the partial computable functions \mathbfP⁽¹⁾ and a computable function which satisfies the following Blum axioms

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