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By Zvi Galil (auth.), Alberto Apostolico, Zvi Galil (eds.)

Combinatorial Algorithms on phrases refers back to the choice of manipulations of strings of symbols (words) - no longer unavoidably from a finite alphabet - that make the most the combinatorial homes of the logical/physical enter association to accomplish effective computational performances. The version of computation could be any of the validated serial paradigms (e.g. RAM's, Turing Machines), or one of many rising parallel versions (e.g. PRAM ,WRAM, Systolic Arrays, CCC). This booklet makes a speciality of many of the accomplishments of contemporary years in such disparate components as trend matching, info compression, loose teams, coding thought, parallel and VLSI computation, and symbolic dynamics; those percentage a typical style, but ltave now not been tested jointly long ago. as well as being theoretically curiosity­ ing, those reviews have had major purposes. It occurs that those works have all too usually been conducted in isolation, with contributions addressing comparable concerns scattered all through a slightly diversified physique of literature. We felt that it might be constructive to either present and destiny researchers to gather this paintings in a sin­ gle reference. it's going to be transparent that the book's emphasis is on points of combinatorics and com­ plexity instead of good judgment, foundations, and decidability. In view of the big physique of analysis and the measure of cohesion already accomplished by means of reviews within the conception of car­ mata and formal languages, we've got allotted little or no house to them.

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