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THE THEORY OF DEFINITE AUTOMATA.

Author: M PERLES; M O RABIN; E SHAMIR; HEBREW UNIV JERUSALEM (Israel)
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center AUG 1961.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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The notion of a definite event introduced by Kleene as well as the related concepts of definite automata and tables are studied in detail. Results relating to the minimum number of states required for synthesizing an automaton of a given degree of definiteness are proved. Various decision and synthesis problems pertaining to definite automata are effectively solved. (Author).
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: M PERLES; M O RABIN; E SHAMIR; HEBREW UNIV JERUSALEM (Israel)
OCLC Number: 227268513
Description: 1 p.

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The notion of a definite event introduced by Kleene as well as the related concepts of definite automata and tables are studied in detail. Results relating to the minimum number of states required for synthesizing an automaton of a given degree of definiteness are proved. Various decision and synthesis problems pertaining to definite automata are effectively solved. (Author).

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