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By simply dividing n by wy it can be verified (in polynomial time) that n is indeed composite. On the other hand, supplying a ”no” witness wn is quite useless, since even if wn does not divide n, there might very well be another ”yes” witness not yet exhibited. So, without deeper insight into the problem of determining whether a number is prime or composite,21 all tentative factors must be checked before the verdict prime can be passed. A language L is in NP if there is a Turing machine such that • If x ∈ L, there exist a witness w such that when the machine is started with x and w as inputs, its halts in the ”yes” state after a time polynomial in the size |x| of x.

Apart from this time lag, the outputs appears as soon as the inputs are applied. 1 The circuit model and non-computable functions We will now prove that there are circuits to compute any function f : {0, 1}k → {0, 1}l . The proof uses induction over the number of input bits. Theorem Every function f : {0, 1}k → {0, 1}l has a circuit that computes it. Proof First note that it suffices to prove the assertion for functions f : {0, 1}k → {0, 1} as the l-bit output case is easily put together from l 1-bit output functions.

By a uniform circuit family we mean a consistent circuit family for which there does exist an algorithm, for example running on a Turing machine, which computes a description of the circuit for every number n. In this way, the uniform circuit model is by definition equivalent to the other models of computation. From this we see a fundamental difference between the circuit model and the Turing machine model. Once a Turing machine is programmed, it will compute the values of the function for every input number for which it halts.

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