A Little Bit Infinite? On Adding Data to Finitely Labelled Structures (Abstract)

Thomas Schwentick
Finite or infinite strings or trees with labels from a finite alphabet play an important role in computer science. They can be used to model many interesting objects including system runs in Automated Verification and XML documents in Database Theory. They allow the application of formal tools like logical formulas to specify properties and automata for their implementation. In this framework, many reasoning tasks that are undecidable for general computational models can be solved algorithmically,...
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