**Symmetric Log Space Complexity**

- SSPACE(S(n)) is the class of the languages accepted by a symmetric Turing machine running in space O(S(n))
- SL is the class of problems solvable by a nondeterministic Turing machine in logarithmic space, such that
- If the answer is 'yes,' one or more computation paths accept.
- If the answer is 'no,' all paths reject.
- If the machine can make a nondeterministic transition from configuration A to configuration B, then it can also transition from B to A. (This is what 'symmetric' means.)
- It was proved that SL = CoSL.

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