Multi-pseudodeterministic algorithms

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In this work, dedicated to Shafi Goldwasser, we consider a relaxation of the notion of pseudodeterministic algorithms, which was put forward by Gat and Goldwasser ({\em ECCC}, TR11--136, 2011).

Pseudodeterministic algorithms are randomized algorithms that solve search problems by almost always providing the same canonical solution (per each input). Multi-pseudodeterministic algorithms relax the former notion by allowing the algorithms to output one of a bounded nunber of canonical solutions (per each input). We show that efficient multi-pseudodeterministic algorithms can solve natural problems that are not solveable by efficient pseudodeterministic algorithms, present a composition theorem regarding multi-pseudodeterministic algorithms, and relate them to other known notions.

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