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Over the last few years, a new methodology to address the P versus NP problem has been developed, based on searching for borderlines between the nonefficiency of computing models (only problems in class P can be solved in polynomial time) and the presumed efficiency (ability to solve NP-complete problems in polynomial time). These borderlines can be seen as frontiers of efficiency, which are crucial in this methodology. "Translating," in some sense, an efficient solution in a presumablydoi:10.1155/2021/7120840 doaj:8df1010f22274a0dad7c2dc22ed80d8d fatcat:miumnymk4zbare5ab6tkgjriuu