Cambridge Univ Press. OCLC: 171135843

Paper abstract bibtex

Paper abstract bibtex

This is a book about the sequences of symbols that can be generated by simple models of computation called 'finite automata'. It starts from first principles and develops the basic theory, then demonstrates applications to problems in number theory and physics. Suitable for graduates or advanced undergraduates.

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