Hence, the application of an exponential number of processors does not cause any cost increase, and the application of only a polynomial number of processors leads to substantial cost savings.
A system having an exponential number of processors will be able to solve many NP-complete problems in polynomial time.
As a result, many traditionally unsolvable problems can now (or will in the near future) be easily implemented using VLSI technology.
In recent years, the cost of VLSI components has decreased exponentially.
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Furthermore, plotting processor costs as a function of time reveals that the cost of VLSI processors will soon become negative.
Undoubtedly, this trend will create a competition for solving the same problem with more processors.