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Sebastian Maneth Ed, Implementation, and Application. of Automata, 14th International Conference CIAA 2009. Sydney Australia July 14 17 2009, Proceedings, Volume Editor. Sebastian Maneth, NICTA and University of New South Wales. Sydney Australia, E mail sebastian maneth nicta com au.
Library of Congress Control Number Applied for, CR Subject Classification 1998 F 1 F 4 F 2 D 2. LNCS Sublibrary SL 1 Theoretical Computer Science and General Issues. ISSN 0302 9743, ISBN 10 3 642 02978 7 Springer Berlin Heidelberg New York. ISBN 13 978 3 642 02978 3 Springer Berlin Heidelberg New York. This work is subject to copyright All rights are reserved whether the whole or part of the material is. concerned specifically the rights of translation reprinting re use of illustrations recitation broadcasting. reproduction on microfilms or in any other way and storage in data banks Duplication of this publication. or parts thereof is permitted only under the provisions of the German Copyright Law of September 9 1965. in its current version and permission for use must always be obtained from Springer Violations are liable. to prosecution under the German Copyright Law, springer com. Springer Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2009, Printed in Germany. Typesetting Camera ready by author data conversion by Scientific Publishing Services Chennai India. Printed on acid free paper SPIN 12715176 06 3180 543210. The 14th International Conference on Implementation and Application of Au. tomata CIAA 2009 was held in NICTA s Neville Roach Laboratory at the. University of New South Wales Sydney Australia during July 14 17 2009. This volume of Lecture Notes in Computer Science contains the papers that. were presented at CIAA 2009 as well as abstracts of the posters and short. papers that were presented at the conference The volume also includes papers. or extended abstracts of the three invited talks presented by Gonzalo Navarro on. Implementation and Application of Automata in String Processing by Christoph. Koch on Applications of Automata in XML Processing and by Helmut Seidl on. Program Analysis Through Finite Tree Automata, The 23 regular papers were selected from 42 submissions covering various.
elds in the application implementation and theory of automata and related. structures This year six additional papers were selected as short papers. at the conference these were allocated the same presentation length as reg. ular papers Each paper was reviewed by at least three Program Committee. members with the assistance of external referees Papers were submitted by au. thors from the following countries Australia Austria Belgium Brazil Canada. China Czech Republic Finland France Germany India Italy Republic of Ko. rea Japan Latvia The Netherlands Portugal Russian Federation Spain South. Africa Turkey United Arab Emirates and the USA, I wish to thank all who made this conference possible the authors for submit. ting their papers the Program Committee members and external referees listed. on the next pages for giving their valuable opinions and writing reports about. the submitted papers and the three invited speakers for giving presentations. related to the implementation and application of automata Finally I would like. to express my gratitude to the sponsors listed on the next pages local orga. nizers and to the editors of Lecture Notes in Computer Science in particular to. Alfred Hofmann for their help in publishing this volume in a timely manner. July 2009 Sebastian Maneth, Organization, CIAA 2009 was organized in cooperation with NICTA Australia s ICT Research. Center of Excellence It was held in NICTA s Neville Roach Laboratory at the. University of New South Wales Sydney Australia, Program Committee. Miko laj Bojan czyk Warsaw University Poland, Ahmed Bouajjani Universite Paris Diderot France. Cristian S Calude University of Auckland New Zealand. Jean Marc Champarnaud Universite de Rouen France, Hubert Comon Lundh E cole Normale Supe rieure de Cachan France.
Maxime Crochemore Universite Paris Est Marne la Valle e France. Michael Domaratzki University of Manitoba Canada, Frank Drewes Umea University Sweden. Jan Holub Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic. Hendrik Jan Hoogeboom Universiteit Leiden The Netherlands. Juraj Hromkovic ETH Zu rich Switzerland, Oscar H Ibarra University of California Santa Barbara USA. Lucian Ilie University of Western Ontario Canada, Masami Ito Kyoto Sangyo University Japan. Juhani Karhuma ki University of Turku Finland, Markus Lohrey Universita t Leipzig Germany.
Sebastian Maneth Chair NICTA and University of New South Wales. Denis Maurel Universite Franc ois Rabelais de Tours France. Filippo Mignosi Universita Degli Studi L Aquila Italy. Mehryar Mohri Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences. Anca Muscholl Universite Bordeaux 1 France, Joachim Niehren INRIA Lille Nord Europe France. Dirk Nowotka Universita t Stuttgart Germany, Bala Ravikumar Sonoma State University USA. Wojciech Rytter Warsaw University Poland, Kai Salomaa Queen s University Canada. Thomas Schwentick Technische Universita t Dortmund Germany. Stefan Schwoon Technische Universita t Mu nchen Germany. Colin Stirling University of Edinburgh UK, Hsu Chun Yen National Taiwan University Taiwan. Sheng Yu University of Western Ontario Canada, VIII Organization.
Steering Committee, Jean Marc Champarnaud Universite de Rouen France. Oscar H Ibarra University of California Santa Barbara USA. Denis Maurel Universite Franc ois Rabelais de Tours France. Kai Salomaa Queen s University Canada, Sheng Yu Chair University of Western Ontario Canada. External Referees, Cyril Allauzen Alessio Langiu, Pavlos Antoniou Ju rn Laun. Miroslav Bal k Aure lien Lemay, Hans Joachim Bo ckenhauer Peter Leupold. Iovka Boneva Christof Lo ding, Be atrice Bouchou Alexander Meduna.
Arnaud Carayol Tobias Mo mke, Giusi Castiglione Marius Nagy. Loek Cleophas Cyril Nicaud, Maxime Crochemore Alexander Okhotin. O mer Egecioglu Pawe l Parys, Yuan Gao Andrei Pa un. Stefan Go ller Narad Rampersad, Giovanna Guaiana Antonia Restivo. Peter Habermehl Giuseppina Rindone, Mika Hirvensalo Adam Rogalewicz.
Benjamin Ho mann Jacques Sakarovitch, Johanna Ho gberg Sven Schewe. Jan Janous ek Olivier Serre, Jarkko Kari Fabien Torre. Dennis Komm Szymon Torun czyk, Jo rg Kreiker Nicholas Tran. Manfred Ku eitner Stavros Tripakis, Yoshiyuki Kunimochi Toma s Vojnar. Dietrich Kuske Bruce Watson, Local Organization, Jane Gillis NICTA.
Sebastian Maneth NICTA and University of New South Wales. National ICT Australia Limited NICTA, The University of New South Wales Sydney Australia. Yahoo Research Latin America Santiago Chile, Table of Contents. Invited Lectures, Implementation and Application of Automata in String Processing 1. Gonzalo Navarro, Applications of Automata in XML Processing 2. Christoph Koch, Program Analysis through Finite Tree Automata 3.
Helmut Seidl, Technical Contributions, An n log n Algorithm for Hyper minimizing States in a Minimized. Deterministic Automaton 4, Markus Holzer and Andreas Maletti. On Extremal Cases of Hopcroft s Algorithm 14, Giusi Castiglione Antonio Restivo and Marinella Sciortino. Compact Normal Form for Regular Languages as Xor Automata 24. Jean Vuillemin and Nicolas Gama, Cellular Automata with Sparse Communication 34. Martin Kutrib and Andreas Malcher, A Cellular Automaton Model for Car Tra c with a Slow to Stop.
Adam Clarridge and Kai Salomaa, On Parallel Implementations of Deterministic Finite Automata 54. Jan Holub and Stanislav S tekr, FAdo and GUItar Tools for Automata Manipulation and. Visualization 65, Andre Almeida Marco Almeida Jose Alves Nelma Moreira and. Roge rio Reis, A Testing Framework for Finite State Morphology 75. Franc ois Barthe lemy, A Table Compression Method for Extended Aho Corasick.
Automaton 84, Yanbing Liu Yifu Yang Ping Liu and Jianlong Tan. X Table of Contents, Compact Representation for Answer Sets of n ary Regular Queries 94. Kazuhiro Inaba and Haruo Hosoya, Recognition of a Spanning Tree of Directed Acyclic Graphs by Tree. Automata 105, Akio Fujiyoshi, Random Generation of Deterministic Tree Walking Automata 115. Pierre Cyrille He am Cyril Nicaud and Sylvain Schmitz. Hedge Pattern Partial Derivative 125, Taro Suzuki and Satoshi Okui.
TAGED Approximations for Temporal Properties Model Checking 135. Rome o Courbis Pierre Cyrille He am and Olga Kouchnarenko. Verifying Parallel Programs with Dynamic Communication. Structures 145, Mohamed Faouzi Atig and Tayssir Touili. Fixpoint Guided Abstraction Re nement for Alternating Automata 155. Pierre Ganty Nicolas Maquet and Jean Franc ois Raskin. Automata Based Termination Proofs 165, Radu Iosif and Adam Rogalewicz. Implementation of State Elimination Using Heuristics 178. Jae Hee Ahn and Yo Sub Han, Short Regular Expressions from Finite Automata Empirical Results 188. Hermann Gruber Markus Holzer and Michael Tautschnig. Small Extended Expressions for Acyclic Automata 198. Pascal Caron Jean Marc Champarnaud and Ludovic Mignot. Quantum Queries on Permutations with a Promise 208. Ru sin s Freivalds and Kazuo Iwama, Time Optimal Winning Strategies for Poset Games 217. Martin Zimmermann, Amount of Nonconstructivity in Finite Automata 227.
Ru sin s Freivalds, Short Papers and Poster Abstracts. Multi ex A Multilingual Finite State Tool for Multi Word Units 237. Agata Savary, Table of Contents XI, E cient Parsing Using Filtered Popping Recursive Transition. Networks 241, Javier M Sastre Mart nez, Forest FIRE A Taxonomy Based Toolkit of Tree Automata and. Regular Tree Algorithms 245, Loek Cleophas and Kees Hemerik. Formally Synthesising a Protocol Converter A Case Study 249. Jing Cao and Albert Nymeyer, Compiler Generator Based on Restarting Automata 253.
Jan Procha zka, Are Statecharts Finite Automata 258. Hanlin Lu and Sheng Yu, Author Index 263, Implementation and Application of Automata in. String Processing, Gonzalo Navarro, Department of Computer Science. Univiversity of Chile, gnavarro dcc uchile cl, Automata have been enormously successful in matching di erent types of com. plex patterns on sequences with applications in many areas from text retrieval. to bioinformatics from multimedia databases to signal processing In general. terms the process to match a complex pattern is 1 design a NFA that rec. ognizes the pattern 2 slightly modify it to recognize any string ending with. the pattern 3 convert it into a DFA 4 feed it with the sequence signaling. the endpoints of a pattern occurrence each time the DFA reaches a nal state. Alternatively one can omit step 2 and backtrack with the DFA on the su x. tree of the sequence which leads to sublinear time complex pattern matching in. many relevant cases This process as it is well known has a potential problem. in stage 3 because the DFA can be of exponential size Rather than being a. theoretical reservation the problem does arise in a number of real life situations. Bit parallelism is a technique that helps circumvent this problem in many. practical cases It allows carrying out several operations in parallel on the bits. of a computer word By mapping NFA states to bits bit parallelism allows one. to simulate the NFA behavior e ciently without converting it to deterministic. We show how bit parallelism can be applied in many problems where the NFA. has a regular structure which allows us simulating it using typical processor. instructions on machine words Moreover we show that even on general regular. expressions without any particular structure bit parallelism allows one to re. duce the space requirement of the DFA In general the bit parallel algorithm on. the NFA is simpler to program and more space and time e cient than the one. based on the DFA, We show the use of bit parallelism for exact pattern matching for allowing.
optional and repeatable characters classes of characters and bounded length. gaps and for general regular expressions The paradigm is exible enough to. permit combining any of those searches with approximate matching where the. occurrence can be at a limited edit distance to a string of the language denoted. by the automaton We then show applications of these ideas to natural language. processing where the text is seen as a sequence of words and bit parallelism. allows exibility in the matching at the word level for example allowing missing. or spurious words, Partially funded by the Millennium Institute for Cell Dynamics and Biotechnology. ICDB Grant ICM P05 001 F Mideplan Chile, S Maneth Ed CIAA 2009 LNCS 5642 p 1 2009. c Springer Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2009, Applications of Automata in XML Processing. Christoph Koch, Cornell University, Ithaca NY USA, koch cs cornell edu. XML is at once a document format and a semistructed data model and has. become a de facto standard for exchanging data on the Internet XML documents. can alternatively be viewed as labeled trees and tree automata are natural. mechanisms for a wide range of processing tasks on XML documents In this. talk I survey applications of automata in XML processing with an emphasis on. those directions of work that so far have had the greatest practical impact The. talk will consist of three parts In the rst I will discuss XML validation The. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 5642 Commenced Publication in 1973 Founding and Former Series Editors Gerhard Goos Juris Hartmanis and Jan van Leeuwen Editorial Board David Hutchison Lancaster University UK Takeo Kanade Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh PA USA Josef Kittler University of Surrey Guildford UK Jon M Kleinberg Cornell University Ithaca NY USA Alfred Kobsa

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