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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Rewriting systems (Computer science)

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesString rewriting.
StatementMatthias Jantzen.
SeriesEATCS monographs on theoretical computer science ;, v. 14
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQA267 .J36 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 126 p. ;
Number of Pages126
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2043269M
ISBN 100387137157
LC Control Number88020099

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The most natural and appropriate formalism for dealing with string rewriting is the notion of a semi-Thue system and this monograph treats its central aspects. The reduction relation is here defined firstly by the direction of the rules and secondly by Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 25 cm. Contents: 1. Basic Definitions.- General. Get this from a library! Confluent String Rewriting. [Matthias Jantzen] -- This monograph treats comprehensively central aspects of string rewriting systems in the form of semi-Thue systems. These are so general as to enable the discussion of all the basic notions and. A string rewriting system (SRS), also known as semi-Thue system, exploits the free monoid structure of the strings (words) over an alphabet to extend a rewriting relation,, to all strings in the alphabet that contain left- and respectively right-hand sides of some rules as ly a semi-Thue systems is a tuple (,) where is a (usually finite) alphabet, and is a binary relation.

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The concepts of finite state automata, pushdown automata, Turing machines, and the languages they accept are presented. Chapter 2 introduces string rewriting systems (SRSs) together with the monoids they represent. Algorithms for computing normal forms, equivalent normal systems, and deciding local confluence under Noetherianity are given.   The class of decision problems for which finite, special string-rewriting systems that are confluent on some congruence class effectively provide algorithms is compared to the class of decision problems for which finite, monadic, and confluent string-rewriting systems effectively yield algorithms. Among the decision problems solved are the word problem, the Cited by: The subject of this book is string-rewriting systems. It is generally accepted that string-rewriting was first introduced by Axel Thue in the early part of this century. In the 's and early 's, it received renewed attention due to interest in formal language theory. In the 's and 's, it has received more interest since it can be viewed as a special case of term rewriting, a. It’s the conclusion, so if you missed the rest of the story, time to catch up! Parts One, Two, Three and Four, at your disposal! TNA Bound For Glory, Arena at Gwinnett Center, Duluth, GA, 14 October After the intro tape, we cut to Mike Tenay and Don West at the announce booth on the arena floor, just off Continue Reading.