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Simple equations on binary factorial languages
, 2008
"... We consider equations on the monoid of factorial languages on the binary alphabet. We use the notion of a canonical decomposition of a factorial language and previous results by Avgustinovich and the author to solve several simple equations on binary factorial languages including X n = Y n, the comm ..."
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We consider equations on the monoid of factorial languages on the binary alphabet. We use the notion of a canonical decomposition of a factorial language and previous results by Avgustinovich and the author to solve several simple equations on binary factorial languages including X n = Y n
Simple equations on binary factorial languages
"... We consider equations on the monoid of factorial languages on the binary alphabet. We use the notion of a canonical decomposition of a factorial language and previous results by Avgustinovich and the author to solve several simple equations on binary factorial languages including X n = Y n, the comm ..."
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We consider equations on the monoid of factorial languages on the binary alphabet. We use the notion of a canonical decomposition of a factorial language and previous results by Avgustinovich and the author to solve several simple equations on binary factorial languages including X n = Y n
A Unique Decomposition Theorem for Factorial Languages
 Internat. J. Algebra Comput
"... We study decompositions of a factorial language to catenations of factorial languages and introduce the notion of a canonical decomposition. ..."
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We study decompositions of a factorial language to catenations of factorial languages and introduce the notion of a canonical decomposition.
Canonical decomposition of a catenation of factorial languages
 Siberian Electronic Mathematical Reports 4 (2007) 14–22
"... Abstract. According to a previous result by S. V. Avgustinovich and the author, each factorial language admits a unique canonical decomposition to a catenation of factorial languages. In this paper, we analyze the appearance of the canonical decomposition of a catenation of two factorial languages w ..."
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Abstract. According to a previous result by S. V. Avgustinovich and the author, each factorial language admits a unique canonical decomposition to a catenation of factorial languages. In this paper, we analyze the appearance of the canonical decomposition of a catenation of two factorial languages
Factory
"... Σ = {σ1,..., σn} is a finite set of labels D = {a1, a2, a3,...} is an infinite set of data values A data word is of the form σ1 σ2 a1 a2 σn an The only operation on the data values is equality testFinite Data Words Σ = {σ1,..., σn} is a finite set of labels D = {a1, a2, a3,...} is an infinite set of ..."
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of data values A data word is of the form σ1 σ2 a1 a2 σn an The only operation on the data values is equality testMotivation In search of a “good ” notion of regular data languages. • XML with data values. • Program verification: abstraction of variables, parameters, etc. Motivation In search of a “good
Language Factories
, 1996
"... Programming languages are the primary mechanism by which software is created, yet most of us have access to only a few, fixed, programming languages. Any problem we wish to express must be framed in terms of the concepts the programming language provides for us, be they suitable for the problem or n ..."
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or not. Domain Specific Languages (DSLs) suggest an appealing escape route from this fate, but since there is no real technology or theory underpinning them, new DSLs are rare. In this paper we present the Language Factories vision, which aims to bring together the theory and practice necessary
Los Cinco Grandes across cultures and ethnic groups: Multitrait–multimethod analyses of the Big Five in Spanish and English
 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
, 1998
"... Spanishlanguage m asures of the Big Five personality dimensions are needed for research on Hispanic minority populations. Three studies were conducted to evaluate a Spanish version of the Big Five Inventory (BFI) (O. P. John et al., 1991) and explore the generalizability of the Big Five factor stru ..."
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Spanishlanguage m asures of the Big Five personality dimensions are needed for research on Hispanic minority populations. Three studies were conducted to evaluate a Spanish version of the Big Five Inventory (BFI) (O. P. John et al., 1991) and explore the generalizability of the Big Five factor
A corpus factory for many languages.
 In Proceedings of the Seventh conference on International Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC2011),
, 2010
"... Abstract For many languages there are no large, generallanguage corpora available. Until the web, all but the richest institutions could do little but shake their heads in dismay as corpusbuilding was long, slow and expensive. But with the advent of the Web it can be highly automated and thereby ..."
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fast and inexpensive. We have developed a`corpus factory' where we build large corpora. In this paper we describe the method we use, and how it has worked, and how various problems were solved, for eight languages: Dutch, Hindi, Indonesian, Norwegian, Swedish, Telugu, Thai and Vietnamese
The Tool Factory
"... In this paper we address the problem of building tools to manipulate and process domain specific modeling languages. One way of handling this problem would be to have a single standard language (e.g. the Unified Modeling Language) intended to cover all possible domains; then a single tool would suff ..."
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In this paper we address the problem of building tools to manipulate and process domain specific modeling languages. One way of handling this problem would be to have a single standard language (e.g. the Unified Modeling Language) intended to cover all possible domains; then a single tool would
On the Unification Power of Models
"... In November 2000, the OMG made public the MDA ™ initiative, a particular variant of a new global trend called MDE (Model Driven Engineering). The basic ideas of MDA are germane to many other approaches such as generative programming, domain specific languages, modelintegrated computing, generic mo ..."
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In November 2000, the OMG made public the MDA ™ initiative, a particular variant of a new global trend called MDE (Model Driven Engineering). The basic ideas of MDA are germane to many other approaches such as generative programming, domain specific languages, modelintegrated computing, generic
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