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Should we tag with [karnaugh-map] instead of [k-map]?

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 ...
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Evolving the tags of a question

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 ...
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How do we want to tag questions about parameterized algorithms?

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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How do we want to tag questions about parameterized algorithms?

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 ...
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Should we tag with [karnaugh-map] instead of [k-map]?

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