Automata Implementation
First International Workshop on Implementing Automata, WIA '96 London, Ontario, Canada, August 29–31, 1996 Revised Papers
Raymond, Darrell.
editor.
Wood, Derick.
editor.
Yu, Sheng.
editor.
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1997
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VIII, 192 p. online resource.
This book constitutes the strictly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the First International Workshop on Implementing Automata, WIA'96, held in London, Ontario, Canada, in August 1996. The volume presents 13 revised full papers together with an introduction and survey. The papers explore the use of software tools in formal language theory; various issues involved in the implementation of automata of all types are discussed. As the first book focusing on implementing automata, this collection of research papers defines the state of the art in the area. Generally speaking, the book advocates the practice of theory in computer science.
WIA and the practice of theory in computer science -- Algorithms for guided tree automata -- Time series forecasting by finite-state automata -- Dynamical implementation of nondeterministic automata and concurrent systems -- Implementing WS1S via finite automata -- Instruction computation in subset construction -- Building automaton on schemata and acceptability tables -- FSA utilities: A toolbox to manipulate finite-state automata -- A new quadratic algorithm to convert a regular expression into an automaton -- Implementing sequential and parallel programs for the homing sequence problem -- Integrating hands-on work into the formal languages course via tools and programming -- NFA to DFA transformation for finite languages -- How to use sorting procedures to minimize DFA -- FIRE Lite: FAs and REs in C++.
edited by Darrell Raymond, Derick Wood, Sheng Yu.
Computer science
Architecture, Computer
Programming languages (Electronic computers)
Computers
Computer logic
Mathematical logic
Computer Science
Programming Languages, Compilers, Interpreters
Mathematical Logic and Foundations
Computer System Implementation
Mathematical Logic and Formal Languages
Logics and Meanings of Programs
Computation by Abstract Devices
QA76.7-76.73
QA76.76.C65
005.13
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