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Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science 1981

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InhaltThe complexity of manipulating hierarchically defined sets of rectangles.- The transformational machine: Theme and variation... Weiterlesen
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The complexity of manipulating hierarchically defined sets of rectangles.- The transformational machine: Theme and variations.- Probabilistic two-way machines.- A survey of some recent results on computational complexity in weak theories of arithmetic.- A survey on oracle techniques.- Time and space bounded complexity classes and bandwidth constrained problems.- Representations of graphs by means of products and their complexity.- Parsing strategies: A concise survey.- The art of dynamizing.- Fast parallel computation of polynomials using few processors.- Generalizations of Petri nets.- Partial match retrieval in implicit data structures.- A characterization of Floyd-provable programs.- Semantics of CSP via translation into CCS.- More about the "geography" of context-free languages.- On the power of algebraic specifications.- An application of the theory of free partially commutative monoids: Asymptotic densities of trace languages.- On the complexity of word problems in certain Thue systems.- On the transformation of derivation graphs to derivation trees.- Pushdown automata with restricted use of storage symbols.- Structured nets.- Retraceability, repleteness and busy beaver sets.- Combining T and level-N.- On realization and implementation.- Multiplicative complexity of a bilinear form over a commutative ring.- Making dynamic logic first-order.- Partial interpretations of program schemata.- Closure properties of the family of languages recognized by one-way two-head deterministic finite state automata.- Another hierarchy defined by multihead finite automata.- An extension of Rabin's complete proof concept.- How to find invariants for coloured Petri nets.- Relationships between probabilistic and deterministic tape complexity.- Grammatical levels of the position restricted grammars.- A general framework for comparing sequential and parallel rewriting.- A bin packing algorithm with complexity O(n log n) and performance 1 in the stochastic limit.- Codings of nonnegative integers.- The maximum k-flow in a network.- On the constructive description of graph languages accepted by finite automata.- Weighted multidimensional B-trees used as nearly optimal dynamic dictionaries.- Maximum flow in planar networks.- Probabilistic combinatorial optimization.- Time-processor trade-offs for universal parallel computers.- Negative results on the size of deterministic right parsers.- Key-equivalence of functional dependency statements systems.- On representation of dynamic algebras with reversion.- A framework for studying grammars.- On existence of complete predicate calculus in metamathematics without exponentiation.- On structural similarity of context-free grammars.- Axioms for the term-wise correctness of programs.- Complexity and entropy.- Axiomatic semantics of indirect addressing.- Testing of join dependency preserving by a modified chase method.- A starvation-free solution of the dining philosophers' problem by use of interaction systems.- Admissible representations of effective cpo's.- Preserving total order in constant expected time.- Constructive category theory (No. 1).- Two pebbles don't suffice.


Titel: Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science 1981
Untertitel: 10th Symposium Strbske Pleso, Czechoslovakia, August 31- September 4, 1981. Proceedings
EAN: 9783540108566
ISBN: 3540108564
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Mathematik
Anzahl Seiten: 608
Gewicht: 908g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm x T32mm
Jahr: 1981
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 1981

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