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  1. In computability theory and computational complexity theory, a reduction is a transformation of one problem into another problem

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  2. – a transformation of one problem into another problem

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  3. Depending on the transformation used this can be used to define complexity classes on a set of problems

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  4. Intuitively, problem A is reducible to problem B, if solutions to B exist and give solutions to A whenever A has solutions

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  5. Thus, solving A cannot be harder than solving B. We write A &le

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