## What does tractable mean in math?

Sufficiently operationalizable or useful

(mathematics) Sufficiently operationalizable or useful to allow a mathematical calculation to proceed toward a solution. quotations ▼ (computer science, of a decision problem) Algorithmically solvable fast enough to be practically relevant, typically in polynomial time.

**What is the definition of an intractable problem?**

1 : not easily governed, managed, or directed intractable problems. 2 : not easily relieved or cured intractable pain.

### What is tractable distribution?

A distribution is called tractable if any marginal probability induced by it can be computed in linear time.

**What is tractable in machine learning?**

Problem tractability refers to the concept that a proposed problem can actually be solved using machine learning methods.

## What is intractable algorithm?

From a computational complexity stance, intractable problems are problems for which there exist no efficient algorithms to solve them. Most intractable problems have an algorithm – the same algorithm – that provides a solution, and that algorithm is the brute-force search.

**What is intractable theory?**

The term ‘intractable conflict’ is widely perceived as an impossible dilemma: a situation with which there is no positive outcome, no solution. These are the conflicts alleged to stubbornly elude resolution despite the use of popular conflict management techniques available.

### What does tractable mean in statistics?

From this perspective, a definition for tractable distribution is that it takes polynomial-time to calculate the probability of this distribution at any given point.

**What is meant by non-deterministic polynomial time?**

Non-deterministic polynomial time (NP) is actually a marker used to point to a set of problems and bounds of the capability of certain types of computing. NP refers to the set of problems that can be solved in polynomial time by a non-deterministic Turing machine.

## Is O 2 N tractable?

O(1), O(log n), O(n), O(n log n), O(n2), and O(nk) are all tractable. O(2n), O(kn), and O(n!) are not- they’re intractable.

**Which of the following are examples of intractable problems?**

10.3 Examples of some Intractable Problems

- 10.3.1 Traveling Salesman Problem.
- 10.3.2 Subset Sum.
- 10.3.3 Knapsack Problem.
- 10.3.4 Bin Packing.
- 10.3.5 Job Shop Scheduling.
- 10.3.6 Satisfiability.

### What is tractable conflict?

These intense, inescapable conflicts over issues such as critical resources, identity, meaning, justice, and power are complex, traumatic, and often resist even the most serious attempts at resolution.

**What five characteristics do all intractable share to some degree?**

The characteristics of intractable conflict involve complex components, disagreements, grievances, grudges, hostilities, long history, and resistance.