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On the reducibility of function classes
(Latvia State University, 1972)
N – the set of all natural numbers, F – the set of all total functions N→N, A, B<=F. We say that A is m-reducible to B (A<=m B), iff there is a recursive operator M such that f in A, iff M(f) in B for all f in F. Similarly, ...