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bio website turkistany.blogspot.com
location Makkah, Saudi Arabia
age 45
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Mohammad Al-Turkistany, Ph.D. in Computer Engineering, University of Florida

Assistant Professor of Computer Engineering, Umm Al-Qura University, Makkah, Saudi Arabia

"The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable".

George Bernard Shaw

"You can't turn mince back into meat by rotating the mincer's handle in the opposite direction"


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19
awarded  Tumbleweed
Aug
17
awarded  Custodian
Aug
17
reviewed Approve Connection between Barnette conjecture and hardness of cubic graph decomposition
Aug
13
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
12
revised Efficient recognition of sequences sortable by transpositions?
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Aug
12
asked Efficient recognition of sequences sortable by transpositions?
Aug
3
accepted Connection between Barnette conjecture and hardness of cubic graph decomposition
Aug
2
revised Evidence that Graph Isomorphism problem is not $NP$-complete
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Aug
2
revised Evidence that Graph Isomorphism problem is not $NP$-complete
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Jun
14
revised Analogue break down between complexity theory and computability theory
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Jun
14
revised Analogue break down between complexity theory and computability theory
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Jun
14
revised Analogue break down between complexity theory and computability theory
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Jun
14
asked Analogue break down between complexity theory and computability theory
Jun
4
comment Is there a program for theory of incompleteness in NP?
@WillSawin What is the strongest known complexity theoretic assumption?
Jun
4
revised Is there a program for theory of incompleteness in NP?
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May
17
awarded  Yearling
May
17
comment Is there a program for theory of incompleteness in NP?
If $A$ is an incomplete set in $NP$ then the complement of $A$ is incomplete in $coNP$.
May
16
revised Is there a program for theory of incompleteness in NP?
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May
16
revised Is there a program for theory of incompleteness in NP?
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16
asked Is there a program for theory of incompleteness in NP?