Complexity classes group problems on the basis of their difficulty level, and the resources required in terms of time and space to solve them. In this section, we discuss the N, NP, NP-Complete, and NP-Hard complexity classes.
The advent of computers has sped up the rate at which certain tasks can be performed. In general, computers are good at perfecting the art of calculation and solving problems that can be reduced to a set of mathematical computations.
However, this assertion is not entirely true. There are some classes of problems that take an enormous amount of time for the computer to make a sound guess, let alone find the right solution.
In computer science, the class of problems that...