Algebraic Theory of Automata and Languag by Masami Ito

By Masami Ito

Even though there are a few books facing algebraic idea of automata, their contents consist frequently of Krohn–Rhodes thought and comparable themes. the subjects within the current publication are relatively various. for instance, automorphism teams of automata and the partly ordered units of automata are systematically mentioned. in addition, a few operations on languages and unique periods of normal languages linked to deterministic and nondeterministic directable automata are handled. The booklet is self-contained and therefore doesn't require any wisdom of automata and formal languages.

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Notice that h&, s = 1 , 2 , . . , n, t = 1 , 2 , . . , rn is the [(s- 1)m t]-th entry of p ( f ) . Put here (Q 8 11)(a)= ( t a p ) , a , p = 1 , 2 , . . , nm. since s,t is an and matrix, holds. Consequently, we have fore, we have Thereand thuss CHAPTER 1. e. G = H x K . Moreover, we assume that A = X , SQ) and B = ( K , X , S n ) are a n ( n , H ) - , and a n (m,K)-automaton, respectively. Then A x B is a strongly connected automaton with G ( A 2 B) M G i f and only i f {Q @ I I ( a ) I a E X } is a regular system in Grim.

K r n ) n ( ~ = )) ( h i ,hb, . . , hk, k i , kb, . . , k&). Then we have the following: h 0 h - h s=l t=l Here, we have put *(a) = (gPg(u)), p , q = 1 , 2 , . . , n and n ( u ) = (7r,,(a)) , T , s = 1 , 2 , . . ,m. ,~nrn). Now, we compute the value ~ ( i - l ) ~ First, + ~ . notice that h&, s = 1 , 2 , . . , n, t = 1 , 2 , . . , rn is the [(s- 1)m t]-th entry of p ( f ) . Put here (Q 8 11)(a)= ( t a p ) , a , p = 1 , 2 , . . , nm. since s,t is an and matrix, holds. Consequently, we have fore, we have Thereand thuss CHAPTER 1.

GROUP-MATRIX T Y P E AUTOMATA Then we have G ( A ) M H and G ( B ) M K . Moreover, IG(A))= IG(B)I = 2. On the other hand, A @ B = ( ( H T K ) 2 , X , b g m ) where P ! @ l l ( a )= ( ) and \k @I@) = (::). It is easy to verify that A @ B is not regular. Thus G(A x B) M G ( A )x G ( B ) does not hold. 6: State transition diagram of A @ B Chapter 2 General Automata In the previous chapter, we discussed the automorphism groups of strongly connected automata. To this end, we introduced the representations of automata, called group-matrix type automata.

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