By Francine Blanchet-Sadri

ISBN-10: 1420060929

ISBN-13: 9781420060928

The learn of combinatorics on phrases is a comparatively new examine zone within the fields of discrete and algorithmic arithmetic. that includes an easy, obtainable type, Algorithmic Combinatorics on Partial phrases provides combinatorial and algorithmic techniques within the rising box of phrases and partial phrases. This booklet encompasses a wealth of routines and difficulties that assists with quite a few set of rules tracing, set of rules layout, mathematical proofs, and application implementation. additionally it is a variety of labored instance and diagrams, making this a invaluable textual content for college kids, researchers, and practitioners trying to comprehend this advanced topic the place many difficulties stay unexplored.

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Recursively, the reversal of a partial word is described in the following way: 1. rev(ε) = ε, and 2. rev(xa) = arev(x) where x ∈ A∗ and a ∈ A. In a similar fashion, we provide a recursive description of A∗ , the set of all words over an alphabet A: 1. ε ∈ A∗ 2. If x ∈ A∗ and a ∈ A, then xa ∈ A∗ . It is often very useful to use mathematical induction in order to prove results related to partial words. Below we provide an example of using induction on the length of a partial word to prove a result related to the reversal of the product of two words.

There exist partial words x, y, x1 , x2 such that u = x1 y, v = yx2 , x ⊂ x1 , x ⊂ x2 , and z = (x1 y)m x(yx2 )n for some integers m, n ≥ 0. 58 Algorithmic Combinatorics on Partial Words 2. There exist partial words x, y, y1 , y2 such that u = xy1 , v = y2 x, y ⊂ y1 , y ⊂ y2 , and z = (xy1 )m xy(xy2 )n x for integers m, n ≥ 0. 18 Let u, v ∈ A+ . Let z ∈ W1 (A) \ A+ and let z ∈ A+ . If z ↑ z and uz ↑ z v, then prove that one of the following holds: S 1. There exist partial words x, y, x1 , x2 such that u = x1 y, v = yx2 , x ❁ x1 , x ❁ x2 , z = (x1 y)m x(yx2 )n , and z = (x1 y)m x1 (yx2 )n for some integers m, n ≥ 0.

Aligning these factors and demonstrating their compatibility results in our conclusion of |x|-periodicity. 3 Let x, y and z be partial words such that |x| = |y| > 0. Then the following hold: 1. If xz ↑ zy, then xz and zy are weakly |x|-periodic. 2. If xz and zy are weakly |x|-periodic and PROOF |z| |x| > 0, then xz ↑ zy. 2. 5 Let x = ab d f , y = bc , and z = abcdef ab def abcdef abcdef abcdef ab d. 2 The concatenation xzy is seen to be weakly |x|-periodic. 2 This graphic and the other that follows were generated using a C++ applet on one of the author’s websites, mentioned in the Website Section at the end of this chapter.

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