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Automata, Languages, and Programming

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 On Multiple Keyword Sponsored Search Auctions with Budgets
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    Chapter 2 A Theory Independent Curry-De Bruijn-Howard Correspondence
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    Chapter 3 Standing on the Shoulders of a Giant
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    Chapter 4 Session Types and Distributed Computing
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    Chapter 5 Algorithms, Graph Theory, and the Solution of Laplacian Linear Equations
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    Chapter 6 Randomized Mechanisms for Multi-unit Auctions
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    Chapter 7 Algebraic Synchronization Trees and Processes
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    Chapter 8 Streaming Tree Transducers
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    Chapter 9 Causal Graph Dynamics
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    Chapter 10 Degree Lower Bounds of Tower-Type for Approximating Formulas with Parity Quantifiers
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    Chapter 11 Monadic Datalog Containment
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    Chapter 12 A Machine-Independent Characterization of Timed Languages
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    Chapter 13 Regular Languages of Infinite Trees That Are Boolean Combinations of Open Sets
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    Chapter 14 Toward Model Theory with Data Values
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    Chapter 15 Robust Reachability in Timed Automata: A Game-Based Approach
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    Chapter 16 Minimizing Expected Termination Time in One-Counter Markov Decision Processes
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    Chapter 17 Prefix Rewriting for Nested-Words and Collapsible Pushdown Automata
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    Chapter 18 A Saturation Method for Collapsible Pushdown Systems
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    Chapter 19 Regular Languages Are Church-Rosser Congruential
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    Chapter 20 Automata, Languages, and Programming
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    Chapter 21 Nominal Completion for Rewrite Systems with Binders
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    Chapter 22 Automata, Languages, and Programming
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    Chapter 23 Computing Game Metrics on Markov Decision Processes
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    Chapter 24 Deciding First Order Properties of Matroids
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    Chapter 25 Pebble Games with Algebraic Rules
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    Chapter 26 Exponential Lower Bounds and Separation for Query Rewriting
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    Chapter 27 Lattices of Logical Fragments over Words
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    Chapter 28 On the Expressive Power of Cost Logics over Infinite Words
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    Chapter 29 Coalgebraic Predicate Logic
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    Chapter 30 Algorithmic Games for Full Ground References
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    Chapter 31 Two-Level Game Semantics, Intersection Types, and Recursion Schemes
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    Chapter 32 An Automata-Theoretic Model of Idealized Algol
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    Chapter 33 Towards a Unified Theory of Operational and Axiomatic Semantics
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    Chapter 34 Loader and Urzyczyn Are Logically Related
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    Chapter 35 Languages of Profinite Words and the Limitedness Problem
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    Chapter 36 The Complexity of Mean-Payoff Automaton Expression
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    Chapter 37 On the Locality of Some NP-Complete Problems
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    Chapter 38 Growing Half-Balls: Minimizing Storage and Communication Costs in CDNs
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    Chapter 39 Super-Fast Distributed Algorithms for Metric Facility Location
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    Chapter 40 Preventing Unraveling in Social Networks: The Anchored k-Core Problem
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    Chapter 41 Edge Fault Tolerance on Sparse Networks
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    Chapter 42 Incentive Ratios of Fisher Markets
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    Chapter 43 Computational Complexity of Traffic Hijacking under BGP and S-BGP
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    Chapter 44 Efficiency-Revenue Trade-Offs in Auctions
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    Chapter 45 Deterministic Network Exploration by Anonymous Silent Agents with Local Traffic Reports
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    Chapter 46 A QPTAS for -Envy-Free Profit-Maximizing Pricing on Line Graphs
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    Chapter 47 Minimizing Rosenthal Potential in Multicast Games
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    Chapter 48 Multiparty Proximity Testing with Dishonest Majority from Equality Testing
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    Chapter 49 Anonymous Card Shuffling and Its Applications to Parallel Mixnets
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    Chapter 50 Byzantine Agreement with a Rational Adversary
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    Chapter 51 Random Hyperbolic Graphs: Degree Sequence and Clustering
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    Chapter 52 Topology-Aware VM Migration in Bandwidth Oversubscribed Datacenter Networks
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    Chapter 53 Automata, Languages, and Programming
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    Chapter 54 k-Chordal Graphs: From Cops and Robber to Compact Routing via Treewidth
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    Chapter 55 Contention Issues in Congestion Games
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    Chapter 56 Automata, Languages, and Programming
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    Chapter 57 Online Packing with Gradually Improving Capacity Estimations and Applications to Network Lifetime Maximization
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    Chapter 58 Distributed Algorithms for Network Diameter and Girth
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Title
Automata, Languages, and Programming
Published by
Lecture notes in computer science, January 2012
DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-31585-5
ISBNs
978-3-64-231584-8, 978-3-64-231585-5
Authors

Artur Czumaj, Kurt Mehlhorn, Andrew Pitts, Roger Wattenhofer, Czumaj, Artur, Mehlhorn, Kurt, Pitts, Andrew, Wattenhofer, Roger

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Artur Czumaj, Kurt Mehlhorn, Andrew Pitts, Roger Wattenhofer

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Unknown 7 100%

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Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Master 3 43%
Student > Ph. D. Student 1 14%
Professor > Associate Professor 1 14%
Professor 1 14%
Unknown 1 14%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Computer Science 5 71%
Engineering 1 14%
Unknown 1 14%

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