# AC0

AC0 is a complexity class used in circuit complexity. It is the smallest class in the AC hierarchy, and consists of all families of circuits of depth O(1) and polynomial size, with unlimited-fanin AND gates and OR gates (we allow NOT gates only at the inputs). It thus contains NC0, which has only bounded-fanin AND and OR gates. (Wikipedia).

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