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Mathematical Foundations of Automata Theory

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Mathematical Foundations of Automata Theory
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Number of pages: 310

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Contents: Algebraic preliminaries; Semigroups and beyond; Languages and automata; Recognizable and rational sets; Green's relations and local theory; Profinite words; Varieties; Equations and languages; Algebraic characterisations; Star-free languages; Piecewise testable languages; Polynomial closure; Relational morphisms; Unambiguous star-free languages; Wreath product; Sequential functions; An excursion into logic.

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