### Some articles on *problem, problems, solve*:

Reduction (complexity) - Types and Applications of Reductions

... Many-one reductions map instances of one

... Many-one reductions map instances of one

**problem**to instances of another Turing reductions compute the solution to one**problem**, assuming the other**problem**is easy ... Weaker reductions are more effective at separating**problems**, but they have less power, making reductions harder to design ... A**problem**is complete for a complexity class if every**problem**in the class reduces to that**problem**, and it is also in the class itself ...How To Solve It - Heuristics

... many of which have to do with generating a more accessible

... many of which have to do with generating a more accessible

**problem**... For example Heuristic Informal Description Formal analogue Analogy Can you find a**problem**analogous to your**problem**and**solve**that? Map Generalization Can ... n men digging m ditches)**problems**...Overview of Trends in Knowledge Engineering

... view the human knowledge required to

... view the human knowledge required to

**solve**a**problem**is transferred and implemented into the knowledge base ... knowledge is already present in humans to**solve**a**problem**... an individual acquires in order to**solve**a**problem**...### Famous quotes containing the words problem and/or solve:

“The *problem* with marriage is that it ends every night after making love, and it must be rebuilt every morning before breakfast.”

—Gabriel García Márquez (b. 1928)

“I tell you, sir, the only safeguard of order and discipline in the modern world is a standardized worker with interchangeable parts. That would *solve* the entire problem of management.”

—Jean Giraudoux (1882–1944)