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Proving that a problem is computable usually, but not always, consists of 22 1. Complexity of Computer Algorithms 23 demonstrating an actual algorithm which will terminate with a correct answer for every input. The amount of resources (time and space) used in the calculation, although finite, is unlimited. Thus, computability gives us an understanding of the capabilities and limitations of the machines that mankind can build, but without regard to resource restrictions. In contrast to this, computational complexity deals precisely with the quantitative aspects of problem solving.
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