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13th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LANGUAGE AND AUTOMATA THEORY AND APPLICATIONS


LATA 2019


Saint Petersburg, Russia


March 26-29, 2019


Organized by:

    

Saint Petersburg State University

and

Institute for Research Development, Training and Advice, Brussels/London


http://lata2019.irdta.eu/

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PROGRAM


Tuesday, March 26


09:00 - 09:30    Registration


09:30 - 09:40    Opening


09:40 - 10:30    Edward A. Lee. Observation and Interaction - Invited lecture


10:30 - 11:00    Break


11:00 - 12:15


Malek Anabtawi, Sabit Hassan, Christos Kapoutsis and Mohammad Zakzok. An Oracle Hierarchy for Small One-way Finite Automata


Tim Becker and Klaus Sutner. Orbits of Abelian Automaton Groups


Alex Bishop and Murray Elder. Bounded Automata Groups Are co-ET0L


12:15 - 13:45    Lunch


13:45 - 15:00


Alberto Dennunzio, Enrico Formenti, Luca Manzoni, Luciano Margara and Antonio E. Porreca. Decidability of Sensitivity and Equicontinuity for Linear Higher-order Cellular Automata


Ondrej Klíma and Libor Polak. On Varieties of Ordered Automata


Klaus Meer and Ameen Naif. Automata over Infinite Sequences of Reals


15:00 - 15:30    Break


15:30 - 17:10


Tomoyuki Yamakami. Non-uniform State Complexity of Quantum Finite Automata and Quantum Polynomial-time Logarithmic-space Computation with Quantum Advice


Vladimir Zakharov. Equivalence Checking of Prefix-free Transducers and Deterministic Two-tape Automata


Ilya Zakirzyanov, Antonio Morgado, Alexey Ignatiev, Vladimir Ulyantsev and Joao Marques-Silva. Efficient Symmetry Breaking for SAT-based Minimum DFA Inference


Jackson Abascal, Lane A. Hemaspaandra, Shir Maimon and Daniel Rubery. Closure and Nonclosure Properties of the Compressible and Rankable Sets


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Wednesday, March 27


09:00 - 09:50    Henning Fernau. Modern Aspects of Complexity within Formal Languages - Invited lecture


09:50 - 10:20    Break


10:20 - 11:35


Markus Holzer and Michal Hospodár. The Range of State Complexities of Languages Resulting from the Cut Operation


Lila Kari and Timothy Ng. State Complexity of Pseudocatenation


Daniel Padé and Stephen Fenner. Complexity of (R,C)-crosswords


11:35 - 12:05    Break and Group photo


12:05 - 13:20


Berthold Hoffmann and Mark Minas. Generalized Predictive Shift-reduce Parsing for Hyperedge Replacement Graph Grammars


Hans-Joerg Kreowski, Sabine Kuske and Aaron Lye. Transformation of Petri Nets into Context-dependent Fusion Grammars


Ryoma Senda, Yoshiaki Takata and Hiroyuki Seki. Generalized Register Context-free Grammars


13:20 -    14:50    Lunch


15:00        Touristic visit


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Thursday, March 28


09:00 - 09:50    Pawel Gawrychowski. Searching and Indexing Compressed Text - Invited lecture


09:50 - 10:20    Break


10:20 - 11:35


Amazigh Amrane and Nicolas Bedon. Logic and Rational Languages of Scattered and Countable Series-parallel Posets


Marcella Anselmo, Maria Madonia and Carla Selmi. Toroidal Codes and Conjugate Pictures


Jean-Philippe Dubernard, Giovanna Guaiana and Ludovic Mignot. Geometrical Closure of Binary V3/2 Languages


11:35 - 12:05    Break


12:05 - 13:20


Galina Jirásková and Ondrej Klíma. Deterministic Biautomata and Subclasses of Deterministic Linear Languages


Alexis Linard, Colin de la Higuera and Frits Vaandrager. Learning Unions of k-Testable Languages


Iovka Boneva, Joachim Niehren and Momar Sakho. Regular Matching and Inclusion on Compressed Tree Patterns with Context Variables


13:20 -    14:50    Lunch


14:50 - 15:40    Vadim Lozin. From Words to Graphs, and back - Invited lecture


15:40 - 16:10    Break


16:10 - 17:25


Ajay K. Eeralla, Serdar Erbatur, Andrew M. Marshall and Christophe Ringeissen. Rule-based Unification in Combined Theories and the Finite Variant Property


Pawel Parys. Extensions of the Caucal Hierarchy?


Ahad N. Zehmakan. Tight Bounds on the Minimum Size of a Dynamic Monopoly


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Friday, March 29


09:00 - 09:50    Esko Ukkonen. Pattern Discovery in Biological Sequences - Invited lecture


09:50 - 10:20    Break


10:20 - 11:35


Emilie Charlier, Svetlana Puzynina and Elise Vandomme. Recurrence in Multidimensional Words


Christophe Cordero. A Note with Computer Exploration of the Triangle Conjecture


Tomasz Kociumaka, Jakub Radoszewski, Wojciech Rytter, Juliusz Straszynski, Tomasz Walen and Wiktor Zuba. Efficient Representation and Counting of Antipower Factors in Words


11:35 - 12:05    Break


12:05 - 13:20


Kalpana Mahalingam and Palak Pandoh. On the Maximum Number of Distinct Palindromic Sub-arrays


Wojciech Rytter and Wiktor Zuba. Syntactic View of Sigma-Tau Generation of Permutations


Andrew Ryzhikov and Clemens Mullner. Palindromic Subsequences in Finite Words


13:20 - 13:30    Closing


13:30 -    15:00    Lunch

 
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