ACM Transactions on

Computation Theory (TOCT)

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Constant-Error Pseudorandomness Proofs from Hardness Require Majority

Research in the 1980s and 1990s showed how to construct a pseudorandom generator from a function that is hard to compute on more than 99% of the... (more)

On Minrank and Forbidden Subgraphs

The minrank over a field F of a graph G on the vertex set { 1,2,… ,n} is the minimum possible rank of a matrix M ∈ Fn × n such that Mi, i ≠ 0 for every i, and Mi, j =0 for every distinct non-adjacent vertices i and j in G. For an integer n, a graph H, and a field F, let g(n,H, F) denote the maximum possible... (more)


About TOCT

The ACM Transactions on Computation Theory (TOCT) is a peer-reviewed journal that explores the mathematical nature of computation and it's theoretical limitations (with an emphasis on computational complexity, foundations of cryptography and other computation-based topics in theoretical computer science).

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Forthcoming Articles

Representations of Monotone Boolean Functions by Linear Programs

Approximating Pairwise Correlations in the Ising Model

Bounded Independence versus Symmetric Tests

Tolerant Junta Testing and the Connection to Submodular Optimization and Function Isomorphism

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