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Algebraic and automata-theoretic properties of formal languages

by Seymour Ginsburg

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Published by North-Holland Pub. Co., American Elsevier Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Formal languages.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSeymour Ginsburg.
    SeriesFundamental studies in computer science ;, v. 2
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA267.3 .G54
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 313 p. ;
    Number of Pages313
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5437425M
    ISBN 100444105867
    LC Control Number73086082

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The theory of formal languages is the oldest and most fundamental area of theoretical computer science. It has served as a basis of formal modeling from the early stages of programming languages to the recent beginnings of DNA computing.

Mathematical Foundations of Automata Theory These notes form the core of a future book on the algebraic foundations of automata theory. This book is still incomplete, but the first eleven chapters now form a relatively coherent material, covering roughly the topics described descriptions of languages and their algebraic characterisations.

A formal language is often defined by means of a formal grammar such as a regular grammar or context-free grammar, also called its formation rule. The field of formal language theory studies the purely syntactical aspects of such languages— that is, their internal structural patterns.

Formal language theory sprang out of linguistics, as aFile Size: 1MB. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ginsburg, Seymour, Algebraic and automata-theoretic properties of formal languages. Amsterdam: North-Holland Pub.

GinsburgSeymour. Algebraic and automata-theoretic properties of formal languages. Fundamental studies in computer science, vol. North-Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam and Oxford, and Author: Arto Salomaa. This volume consists of papers selected from the presentations at the workshop and includes mainly recent developments in the fields of formal languages, automata theory and algebraic systems related to the theoretical computer science and informatics.

Formal Language Theory, Ronald V. Book. () Algebraic and Automata-Theoretic Properties of Formal Languages (Seymour Ginsburg). SIAM ReviewCited by:   That formal power series constitute a powerful tool in automata and language theory depends on the fact that they in a sense lead to the arithmetization of automata and language theory.

We invite the reader to prove, for instance, Theorem IV. 3 or Corollaries III. 8 and : Arto Salomaa. The topics in the present book are rather different. For example, automorphism groups of automata and the partially ordered sets of automata are systematically discussed.

Moreover, some operations on languages and special classes of regular languages associated with deterministic and nondeterministic directable automata are dealt with. This chapter presents a brief introduction to the theory of automata, formal languages, decidability, and complexity.

This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. PreviewAuthor: Stefan Haar, Tomáš Masopust. The book is self-contained and hence does not require any knowledge of automata and formal languages. The theory of formal languages began with the classification of languages by N.

Chomsky in Syntactic Structures in Now, this classification is called the Chomsky hierarchy of languages/5. Formal language theory is — together with automata theory, (cf. Automata, theory of) which is really inseparable from language theory — the oldest branch of theoretical computer science.

In some sense, the role of language and automata theory in computer science is analogous to that of philosophy in general science: it constitutes the stem. A2A. The most suggested books for automata theory and formal languages are the following: * Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages, and Computation (3rd Edition) by John E.

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