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Proof of impossibility         
RESULT DEMONSTRATING THAT A PARTICULAR PROBLEM CANNOT BE SOLVED AS DESCRIBED IN THE CLAIM, OR THAT A PARTICULAR SET OF PROBLEMS CANNOT BE SOLVED IN GENERAL
Impossibility proof; Impossibility theory
In mathematics, a proof of impossibility is a proof that demonstrates that a particular problem cannot be solved as described in the claim or that a particular set of problems cannot be solved in general. Such cases are also known as negative proof, proof of an impossibility theorem, or negative result.
Proof of space         
MEANS OF SHOWING LEGITIMATE INTEREST IN A SERVICE BY ALLOCATING A MEMORY
Proof of Space; Draft:Proof of Space; Proof-of-capacity; Proof-of-Space; Proof-of-space; Proof of storage; Burstcoin; Proof of space-time; Proof of Space and Time
Proof of space (PoS) is a type of consensus algorithm achieved by demonstrating one's legitimate interest in a service (such as sending an email) by allocating a non-trivial amount of memory or disk space to solve a challenge presented by the service provider. The concept was formulated in 2013 by Dziembowski et al.
Proof of concept         
REALIZATION OF A CERTAIN METHOD OR IDEA IN ORDER TO DEMONSTRATE ITS FEASIBILITY
Proof-of-concept; Proof of Concept; Proofs of concept; Proof of Principle; Proof of principle
Proof of concept (POC or PoC), also known as proof of principle, is a realization of a certain method or idea in order to demonstrate its feasibility, or a demonstration in principle with the aim of verifying that some concept or theory has practical potential. A proof of concept is usually small and may or may not be complete.