From the BigOmega page on GreenCheese:
*So what is BigOmega? BigOmega is the limit to all of this. The number bigger than all numbers, ordinal, meta-ordinal or otherwise. The only number bigger than itself, violating all previous set-up rules. Of course, formally, there's no such thing. Its existence violates the OBR, and the meta-OBR, and all the others. Don't think too much about BigOmega. Cantor did, and he became mad.*
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BigOmega Ω(n) is also the asymptotic*lower* bound of the complexity of an algorithm.
See BigOh, OrderNotation

Pshaw. A trifle, this piddling BigOmega. You wouldn't want to be seen with something like*that*. Why, I've got a BiggerOmega? sitting in the lot out behind the dealership:
(*actually a BuddhaBrot *)

BigOmega Ω(n) is also the asymptotic

Pshaw. A trifle, this piddling BigOmega. You wouldn't want to be seen with something like

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