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A proper complexity function is a function f mapping a natural number to a natural number such that:

- f is nondecreasing;
- there exists a k-string Turing machine M such that on any input of length n, M halts after O(n + f(n)) steps, uses O(f(n)) spaces, and output s f(n) consecutive blanks.

If f and g are two proper complexity functions, then f + g, fg, and 2^{f}, are also proper complexity functions.

Similar notions include honest function, space-constructible function, and time-constructible function.

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