Ada - Europe '93: 12th Ada-Europe International Conference, by Robert F. Mathis (auth.), Michel Gauthier (eds.) PDF

By Robert F. Mathis (auth.), Michel Gauthier (eds.)

This quantity includes the lawsuits of the 12th Ada-Europe convention, held in France in 1993. The French identify "Ada sans fronti res" (the in basic terms French phrases within the e-book) symbolizes the unlimitedness and novelty of Ada, in addition to Europe-wide curiosity. Many papers relate to Ada-9X, the recent normal that the Ada coimmunity is with reference to reaching after around the globe session and debate approximately necessities, specification, anddetailed definition. Their concentration is on administration, real-time, and compiler validation. a part of the convention used to be on item orientation, including a variety of concerns on the subject of the overall constitution of the language, together with exceptions to a definite use of genericity and heterogeneous info, potency, formal standards and circumstances, and comparability with a competitor language. a 3rd half pertains to real-time, prior with functionality size, current with certification andapplications, and destiny with the additional undertaking and 9X.

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Finally, what can be said about the (bounded) intersection non-emptiness problem for the automata under consideration, when restricted to unary input alphabet? As a consequence of [19] and [65] both ∅ = Tally-DFA and ∅ = Tally-NFA are NP-complete, while ∅ = Tally-AFA again remains PSPACE-complete [28]—the abbreviation of the problem instance are self-explaining. The latter result also holds for the bounded variant, even for constant k. In [49] it is briefly mentioned k k Tally-DFA is L- and ∅ = Tally-NFA is NL-complete.

If L(A) contains the empty word, then A has one sole accepting state that coincides with the start state. 3 Computational Complexity of Some Decision Problems for Finite Automata We recall what is known from the computational complexity point of view on some standard problems for regular languages. The problems considered in this section are all decidable, as most problems for finite automata, and they will be grouped as mentioned in the abstract. 1 The Fixed and General Membership Problem Our tour on problems for regular languages is started with the definition of the fixed and general membership problem: The former problem is device independent by definition and is commonly referred to in the literature as the fixed membership problem for regular languages: – Fix a finite automaton A.

Qn−1 }, {a, b}, δ, q1, F ) witness the theorem for n ≥ 2, where F = { qi | 0 ≤ i ≤ n − 1 and i even } and the transition function given by δ(qi , a) = q(i+1) mod n and δ(qi , b) = qi qn−1 for 0 ≤ i ≤ n − 3 for i ∈ {n − 2, n − 1}. Each DFA An has the property that any DFA An accepting the reversal of L(A) has at least 2n states. Moreover, An and An both are minimal, complete and do not have a rejecting sink state [50]. Assume that L(A) is accepted by some AFA or Boolean automaton with m < n states.

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