Some notes on finite state languages and events represented by finite automata using labelled graphs

Karel Čulík

Časopis pro pěstování matematiky (1961)

  • Volume: 086, Issue: 1, page 43-55
  • ISSN: 0528-2195

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Čulík, Karel. "Some notes on finite state languages and events represented by finite automata using labelled graphs." Časopis pro pěstování matematiky 086.1 (1961): 43-55. <http://eudml.org/doc/20727>.

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References

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  1. N. Chomsky C. A. Miller, Finite State Languages, Information and Control 1 (1958), 91-112. (1958) Zbl0148.25003MR0108417
  2. S. C. Kleene, Представление событий в нервных сетях и конечных автоматах, Автоматы (Russian Translation). 1956, 15-69. (1956) Zbl0074.25001
  3. Ю. Т. Медведев, О классе событий, допускающих представление в конечном ацтомате, Автоматы, 385-401. 
  4. Р. С. Rosenbloom, The Elements of Mathematical Logic, 1950. Zbl1104.03300

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