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I don't see a compelling reason to have a tag that covers Karnaugh maps but not, e.g., Quine-McCluskey or other methods for achieving the same goal. If you want to follow that logic, we should just tag everything "computer science" and nuke all the other tags. There's nothing wrong with having a tag for the specific subject of Karnaugh maps, since people ...


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It can be appropriate to retag a question to use tags that the asker wouldn't have thought of before reading the answers. If the asker's problem is a well-known one and the solution intrinsically calls for concepts that the asker didn't know about, then adding tags corresponding to these concepts is warranted. Fictional example: someone asks whether it's ...


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No, there's no need for a new tag We have enough tags already, so there's no need to create one for a niche topic. [feel free to add additional reasons]


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Yes, create the parameterized-algorithms tag There is a significant number of questions that are tagged parameterized-complexity that aren't about complexity at all, but are good questions about parameterized algorithms, so we should create a tag to properly represent these questions. [feel free to add additional reasons] Don't forget to set the synonym ...


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Since people have started using karnaugh-map, I have created a synonym proposal.


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