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Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science 1975

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InhaltConstruction of complete sample system for correctness testing.- Ten years of speedup.- On logics of discovery.- On models o... Weiterlesen
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Construction of complete sample system for correctness testing.- Ten years of speedup.- On logics of discovery.- On models of protection in operating systems.- Parsing as a subtask of compiling.- Parallel recursive program schemes.- On some problems concerning Pawlak's machines.- Formal power series and growth functions of Lindenmayer systems.- On the representability of relations by deterministic and nondeterministic multi-tape automata.- On problems solvable by successive trials.- Automata and categories.- On some models of computability of boolean functions.- Automata and categories: Finiteness contra minimality.- Languages over free groups.- On the comparison of notions of approximation.- Non-linear speed-up theorem for two register minsky machines.- Systems of open paths in Petri nets.- On the largest full sub AFL of the full AFL of context-free languages.- On complexity of nondeterministic Turing machines computations.- On closure properties of context-free derivation complexity classes.- Control structures in single block programs.- Minimal Gödel numbers and their identification in the limit.- Isomorphic representation of automata.- Extended simple regular expressions.- Conniver programs by logical point of view.- On the set of all automata with the same monoid of endomorphisms.- Nondeterministically recognizable sets of languages.- The approximation problem in computational statistics.- The continuous algebra of monadic languages.- On sets of complex-programmed Numbers.- Decision algorithms for Havel's branching automata.- Automata and categories Input processes.- Formalization of algorithmic reasoning.- Proving program properties, symbolic evaluation and logical procedural semantics.- A contribution to error recovery.- On the analysis and synthesis problems for context-free expressions.- Monotone switching circuits and boolean matrix product.- On some lattice-theoretic properties of generable languages.- On some formal grammars generating dependency trees.- Graph walking automata.- On finding all solutions of the partitioning problem.- Greibach normal form complexity.- On correctness and essentiality of some Ianov schemas equivalence relations.- Polynomially complete problems in the logic of automate discovery.- Relational definition of computer languages.- First-order reduction of call-by-name to call-by-value.- Local disambiguating transformation.- On cardinal sequential outer measures.- On representation of sequential and parallel functions.- The theory of the modified post algebras and multidimensional automata structures.- An algebraic theory of formal languages.- On polynomial reducibility of word problem under embedding of recursively presented groups in finitely presented groups.- On the synthesis of automata with several initial states.- A hierarchy of regular sequence sets.- R-fuzzy grammars.- Characterization of some classes of context-free languages in terms of complexity classes.- Inductive inference of recursive functions.- Proving properties of programs by means of predicate logic.- A generalization of Scott's flow diagrams.

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Titel: Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science 1975
Untertitel: 4th Symposium Marianske Lazne, September 1-5, 1975
Editor:
EAN: 9783540073895
ISBN: 978-3-540-07389-5
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer, Berlin
Genre: Informatik
Anzahl Seiten: 480
Gewicht: 685g
Größe: H234mm x B25mm x T156mm
Jahr: 1975
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 1975

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