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By Stephen L. Bloom, Zoltan Ésik, Werner Kuich (auth.), Symeon Bozapalidis, George Rahonis (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed court cases of the 3rd foreign convention on Algebraic Informatics, CAI 2009, held in Thessaloniki, Greece, in may perhaps 2009.

The sixteen complete papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 25 submissions. The papers conceal themes similar to algebraic semantics on graph and bushes, formal strength sequence, syntactic gadgets, algebraic photograph processing, finite and limitless computations, acceptors and transducers for strings, bushes, graphs arrays, and so on. choice difficulties, algebraic characterization of logical theories, procedure algebra, algebraic algorithms, algebraic coding concept, algebraic elements of cryptography.

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31]) A regular expression on the alphabet Σ is defined recursively as follows: 1. ∅ and each a ∈ Σ are regular expressions; 2. if α and β are regular expressions, also α ∪ β, α ∩ β, αC , α are so. β, α β, α∗ , α∗ Each regular expression over Σ denotes a picture language: ∅ and a ∈ Σ denote respectively the empty language and the language formed by the unique picture of size (1, 1) with p(1, 1) = a, α∪β, α∩β , α β, α β, denote the union, intersection, row and column concatenation of languages α and β; αC , α∗ , α∗ denote the complement, and Kleene’s closures of language α.

Similarly d-deterministic tiling systems for any direction d ∈ c2c are defined. L ∈ REC is a deterministic picture language if and only if it admits a deterministic tiling system for some d ∈ c2c. The family of all deterministic REC picture languages is denoted by DREC. DREC is properly included in UREC and there are some classes of languages that strictly separate DREC from UREC. In [3] the classes of row-UREC and col-UREC are introduced (see also [29]) where four side-to-side scanning directions, namely leftto-right (l2r) and vice versa (r2l), top-to-bottom (t2b) and vice versa (b2t), are considered.

L is in REC if and only if φ(L) is a string language that can be recognized by a 1-tape non-deterministic Turing machines working, for any input x ∈ {a, h, v}∗ , within |x| space and executing at most a |x| head reversals, where + a |x| is the length of the longest prefix of x in a . Languages on one-letter alphabet were considered also for several of the afore-defined subclasses of REC languages. 5 Grammars for Generating Pictures We did not consider generating grammars for REC family: in literature, 2D grammars are mainly considered as a way to introduce an analog of CF string languages, and several different models of grammars were proposed.

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