Explanation of an Invisible Common Constraint of Mind, Mathematics and Computational Complexity

by   Asad Malik, et al.

There is a cognitive limit in Human Mind. This cognitive limit has played a decisive role in almost all fields including computer sciences. The cognitive limit replicated in computer sciences is responsible for inherent Computational Complexity. The complexity starts decreasing if certain conditions are met, even sometime it does not appears at all. Very simple Mechanical computing systems are designed and implemented to demonstrate this idea and it is further supported by Electrical systems. These verifiable and consistent systems demonstrate the idea of computational complexity reduction. This work explains a very important but invisible connection from Mind to Mathematical axioms (Peano Axioms etc.) and Mathematical axioms to computational complexity. This study gives a completely new perspective that goes well beyond Cognitive Science, Mathematics, Physics, Computer Sciences and Philosophy. Based on this new insight some important predictions are made.



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