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|標題:||On n-power prefix languages|
|期刊/報告no：:||International Journal of Computer Mathematics, Volume 85, Issue 5, Page(s) 703-715.|
|摘要:||A word u is said to be an n-power prefix of another word w if w is an element of u(n) X*. Let P-i denote the family of words which have i-power prefixes but no (i +1)-power prefix. Words in P-1 are called p-primitive words. In this paper, some basic properties of words in sets P-1(i) and Pi are studied. It is shown that the sets P-i, P-i \ Q, P-i boolean AND Q, Q \ P-i, P-1(i) and P-i boolean OR Q for i >= 1 are disjunctive. That is, they are dense non-regular languages. A characterization of words in P-1((I)) for i >= 2 is derived. Several properties of words in P-n \ P-1(n) are considered too.|
|Appears in Collections:||資訊科學與工程學系所|
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