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Tree Automata Techniques and Applications

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Tree Automata Techniques and Applications
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Number of pages: 262

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This textbook presents the basics of tree automata. The authors discuss only finite tree automata, and focus on the operational aspects of tree automata. This book should appeal the reader who wants to have a simple presentation of the basics of tree automata, and to see how some variations on the idea of tree automata have provided a nice tool for solving difficult problems.

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