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|標題:||Word operation closure and primitivity of languages||作者:||Hsiao, H.K.
|關鍵字:||word operation;primitivity;closure;right residual;base;dense;shuffle||Project:||Journal of Universal Computer Science||期刊/報告no：:||Journal of Universal Computer Science, Volume 8, Issue 2, Page(s) 243-256.||摘要:||
Based on the general operation of words, called bw-operation, the notions of o-primitive words, o-closed languages, o-bases of languages and operation-left-quotient-closed languages are defined and investigated. These notions turn out to be generalizations of the classical notions of primitive words, plus-closed (star-closed) languages, minimal generating sets and deletion-closed languages. Properties of the set of all o-primitive words, the o-bases of non-empty languages, right o-residuals and operation-left-quotient closed languages are studied under the general concept of word operation. Properties of bi-catenation and related languages are discussed as examples and also by their own interests.
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