On Tue, 25 Oct 2005 18:05:06 +0000 (UTC), email@example.com wrote:
>No, NP-Complete means that the problem is in NP and it is >NP-hard. You can prove a problem is NP-hard by reducing >it to another NP-hard problem. There is no need to use >an NP-complete problem to show that a problem is NP-hard. >
You prove a problem is NP-hard by reducing another NP-hard problem to it. Everything in NP can be reduced to any NP-hard problem by definition. Nothing to prove there.