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100 1  Anderson, James A.|q(James Andrew),|d1937-|0http://
       id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n96062598 
245 10 Automata theory with modern applications /|cJames A. 
       Anderson ; with contributions by Tom Head. 
264  1 Cambridge ;|aNew York :|bCambridge University Press,
       |c2006. 
300    1 online resource (viii, 255 pages) :|billustrations 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- 1 
       Introduction -- 1.1 Sets -- 1.2 Relations -- 1.3 Functions
       -- 1.4 Semigroups -- 2 Languages and codes -- 2.1 Regular 
       languages -- 2.2 Retracts (Optional) -- 2.3 Semiretracts 
       and lattices (Optional) -- 3 Automata -- 3.1 Deterministic
       and nondeterministic automata -- 3.2 Kleene's Theorem -- 
       3.3 Minimal deterministic automata and syntactic monoids -
       - Procedure -- 3.4 Pumping Lemma for regular languages -- 
       3.5 Decidability -- 3.6 Pushdown automata -- 3.7 Mealy and
       Moore machines -- 4 Grammars -- 4.1 Formal grammars -- 4.2
       Chomsky normal form and Greibach normal form -- 4.3 
       Pushdown automata and context-free languages -- 4.4 The 
       Pumping Lemma and decidability -- 5 Turing machines -- 5.1
       Deterministic Turing machines -- 5.2 Nondeterministic 
       Turing machines and acceptance of context-free languages -
       - 5.3 The halting problem for Turing machines -- 5.4 
       Undecidability problems for context-free languages -- 6 A 
       visual approach to formal languages -- 6.1 Introduction --
       6.2 A minimal taste of word combinatorics -- 6.3 The 
       spectrum of a word with respect to a language -- 6.4 The 
       spectral partition of Sigma+ and the support of L -- 6.5 
       Visualizing languages -- 6.6 The sketch parameters of a 
       language -- 6.7 Flag languages -- 6.8 Additional tools 
       from word combinatorics -- 6.9 Counting primitive words in
       a regular language -- 6.10 Algorithmic sketching of 
       regular languages -- 7 From biopolymers to formal language
       theory -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Constructing new words 
       by splicing together pairs of existing words -- 7.3 The 
       motivation from molecular biology -- 7.4 Splicing rules, 
       schemes, systems, and languages -- 7.5 Every splicing 
       language is a regular language -- 7.6 The syntactic monoid
       of a regular language L allows an effective determination 
       of the set of all splicing rules that respect L -- 7.7 It 
       is algorithmically decidable whether a given regular 
       language is a reflexive splicing language -- Appendix A: 
       Cardinality -- Appendix B: Co-compactness Lemma -- 
       References -- Further reading -- Index. 
520    Recent applications to bioscience have created a new 
       audience for automata theory and formal languages. This is
       the only introduction to cover such applications. With 
       over 350 exercises, many examples and illustrations, this 
       is an ideal contemporary introduction for students; others,
       new to the field, will welcome it for self-learning. 
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       names/no2003068869 
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       |tAutomata theory with modern applications.|dCambridge ; 
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