By Christos H. Papadimitriou (auth.), Fernando Orejas, Paul G. Spirakis, Jan van Leeuwen (eds.)
This ebook constitutes the refereed complaints of the twenty eighth overseas Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming, ICALP 2001, held in Crete, Greece in July 2001.
The eighty revised papers awarded including keynote contributions and 4 invited papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a complete of 208 submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on algebraic and circuit complexity, set of rules research, approximation and optimization, complexity, concurrency, effective facts constructions, graph algorithms, language conception, codes and automata, version checking and protocol research, networks and routing, reasoning and verification, scheduling, safe computation, specification and deduction, and structural complexity.
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However, we can make the following comparison between the two frameworks. Languages, Rewriting Systems, and Verification of Infinite-State Systems 37 First, we do not require here that the manipulated languages are regular. For instance, the results of [BH97] show that representation structures defining non-regular languages can be used and they are needed for some applications. , given a regular relation ρ, construct a representation of ρ∗ , as a finite transducer for instance). This problem is more general and of course harder than the problem (Π) we have considered in this paper (see Section 2), which is to construct the image of a given set φ by ρ∗ .
Viability requires that each finite trajectory of the safely constrained automaton should be extendible at infinitum to a safe trajectory. Since, in general, this is not the case, the following task arises: reinforce the original safety constraints into new ones such that the automaton fits viability wrt them. The authors develop a procedure (Algorithm 1) intended to produce the less restrictive reinforcement of this kind. The constrained automaton produced by the procedure above is called by the authors “controller”, whereas the procedure itself is identified with the synthesis of the controller.
Automata, Languages and Programming: 28th International Colloquium, ICALP 2001 Crete, Greece, July 8–12, 2001 Proceedings by Christos H. Papadimitriou (auth.), Fernando Orejas, Paul G. Spirakis, Jan van Leeuwen (eds.)