The Kolmogorov complexity of a string is the length of the shortest program that generates it. A binary string is said to have trivial Kolmogorov complexity if its complexity is at most the complexity of its length. Intuitively, such strings carry no more information than the information that is inevitably coded into their length (which is the same as the information coded into a sequence of 0s of the same length). We study the set of these trivial sequences from a computational perspective, and with respect to plain and prefix-free Kolmogorov complexity. This work parallels the well known study of the set of nonrandom strings (which was initiated by Kolmogorov and developed by Kummer, Muchnik, Stephan, Allender and others) and points to several directions for further research.
George Barmpalias. On Strings with Trivial Kolmogorov Complexity. International Journal of Software and Informatics, 2011,5(4):579~593Copy