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Complexity results for prefix grammars

Markus Lohrey, Holger Petersen (2010)

RAIRO - Theoretical Informatics and Applications

Resolving an open problem of Ravikumar and Quan, we show that equivalence of prefix grammars is complete in PSPACE. We also show that membership for these grammars is complete in P (it was known that this problem is in P) and characterize the complexity of equivalence and inclusion for monotonic grammars. For grammars with several premises we show that membership is complete in EXPTIME and hard for PSPACE for monotonic grammars.

Complexity results for prefix grammars

Markus Lohrey, Holger Petersen (2005)

RAIRO - Theoretical Informatics and Applications - Informatique Théorique et Applications

Resolving an open problem of Ravikumar and Quan, we show that equivalence of prefix grammars is complete in PSPACE. We also show that membership for these grammars is complete in P (it was known that this problem is in P) and characterize the complexity of equivalence and inclusion for monotonic grammars. For grammars with several premises we show that membership is complete in EXPTIME and hard for PSPACE for monotonic grammars.

Undecidability of infinite post correspondence problem for instances of size 8

Jing Dong, Qinghui Liu (2012)

RAIRO - Theoretical Informatics and Applications - Informatique Théorique et Applications

The infinite Post Correspondence Problem (ωPCP) was shown to be undecidable by Ruohonen (1985) in general. Blondel and Canterini [Theory Comput. Syst. 36 (2003) 231–245] showed that ωPCP is undecidable for domain alphabets of size 105, Halava and Harju [RAIRO–Theor. Inf. Appl. 40 (2006) 551–557] showed that ωPCP is undecidable for domain alphabets of size 9. By designing a special coding, we delete a letter from Halava and Harju’s construction. So we prove that ωPCP is undecidable for domain alphabets...

Undecidability of infinite post correspondence problem for instances of size 8

Jing Dong, Qinghui Liu (2012)

RAIRO - Theoretical Informatics and Applications

The infinite Post Correspondence Problem (ωPCP) was shown to be undecidable by Ruohonen (1985) in general. Blondel and Canterini [Theory Comput. Syst. 36 (2003) 231–245] showed that ωPCP is undecidable for domain alphabets of size 105, Halava and Harju [RAIRO–Theor. Inf. Appl. 40 (2006) 551–557] showed that ωPCP is undecidable for domain alphabets of size 9. By designing a special coding, we delete a letter from Halava and Harju’s construction. So we prove that ωPCP is undecidable for domain alphabets...

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