Paper by Erik D. Demaine
- Takehiro Ito, Erik D. Demaine, Nicholas J. A. Harvey, Christos H. Papadimitriou, Martha Sideri, Ryuhei Uehara, and Yushi Uno, “On the Complexity of Reconfiguration Problems”, Theoretical Computer Science, volume 412, number 12–14, 2011, pages 1054–1065.
Reconfiguration problems arise when we wish to find a step-by-step
transformation between two feasible solutions of a problem such that all
intermediate results are also feasible. We demonstrate that a host of
reconfiguration problems derived from NP-complete problems are
PSPACE-complete, while some are also NP-hard to approximate. In contrast,
several reconfiguration versions of problems in P are solvable in polynomial
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