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Notes on Automata, Logics, Games and Algebra

Notes on Automata, Logics, Games and Algebra
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Publisher: Chennai Mathematical Institute

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Contents: Regular Languages and Monoids; Languages via Logical Formulae; MSO to Regular Languages; EF Games and First-order Definability; Schutzenberger's Theorem; Alternating Automata; Buchi Automata; Buchi Games over Infinite Graphs; Complementation via Alternating Automata; Safra's Determinization Construction; From Streett Automata to Rabin Automata and Back; etc.

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