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By Ming Li (auth.), Oscar H. Ibarra, Hsu-Chun Yen (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the eleventh foreign convention on Implementation and alertness of Automata, CIAA 2006, held in Taipei, Taiwan, in August 2006.

The 22 revised complete papers and seven revised poster papers offered including the prolonged abstracts of three invited lectures have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from seventy six submissions. The papers conceal a number of themes within the concept, implementation, and functions of automata and similar structures.

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2, good solutions are found when cutting at the branching states. Other studies could find more precise bounds. For acyclic automata, the initial number of transitions could be taken into account. Finally, we plan to study approximated developments of automata, in which the resulting automaton would not strictly be path-equivalent to the initial one. In real applications, the cost assigned to deletions prevents sequences with too many ε-transitions from being accepted. References 1. : Linear encoding scheme for weighted finite automata.

L (REG) ⊂ L (rr-NFA) ⊂ L ({lr, rr}-NFA) ⊂ L (CSL). L (LIN) ⊂ L (lr-NFA) ⊂ L ({lr, rr}-NFA) ⊂ L (CSL). The families L (lr-NFA), L (rr-NFA) are incomparable. Each of the families L (lr-NFA), L (rr-NFA), and L ({lr, rr}-NFA) are incomparable with each of L (2-LIN), L (DCFL), and L (CFL). Furthermore, L (rr-NFA) is incomparable with L (LIN). By Theorems 4 and 5 we immediately obtain the following corollary. Corollary 1. L (ir-NFA) ⊂ L (lr-NFA). In Theorem 2 we have already seen that L (D-NFA) is strictly included in L (CSL) for any D ⊆ {ir, lr, rr, ci, cs}.

Kutrib transitions in (3) are for the simulation of the circular-interchanging operation. Again one has to cope with several cases: Type (3)a is used if both symbols or the last symbol is memorized in the finite control. If the last symbol is not yet known, type (3)b transitions are used to store it by making an input-reversal to transport the last symbol to the front, memorizing the last symbol by reading it, and finally turning the unread part of the input back by an input-reversal again. Similarly, one can treat the case if both symbols are not yet stored in the finite control; here transition from (3)c and then from (3)b are taken.

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