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LATA 2020: call for participation*To be removed from our mailing list, please respond to this message with UNSUBSCRIBE in the subject line*


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14th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LANGUAGE AND AUTOMATA THEORY AND APPLICATIONS


LATA 2020


Milan, Italy


March 4-6, 2020


Co-organized by:

    

Department of Informatics, Systems and Communication

University of Milano-Bicocca


and


Institute for Research Development, Training and Advice

Brussels/London


https://lata2020.irdta.eu

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PROGRAM


Wednesday, March 4


09:00 - 09:30    Registration


09:30 - 09:40    Opening


09:40 - 10:30    Eric Allender. The New Complexity Landscape around Circuit Minimization - Invited lecture


10:30 - 10:50    Break


10:50 - 12:05


Dmitry Berdinsky and Prohrak Kruengthomya. Nonstandard Cayley Automatic Representations for Fundamental Groups of Torus Bundles over the Circle


Alexis Bes and Christian Choffrut. Deciding (R,+,&lt;,1) in (R,+,&lt;,Z)


Ziyuan Gao, Sanjay Jain, Ji Qi, Philipp Schlicht, Frank Stephan and Jacob Tarr. Ordered Semiautomatic Rings with Applications to Geometry


12:05 - 13:35    Lunch


13:35 - 14:25    Laure Daviaud. Containment and Equivalence of Weighted Automata: Probabilistic and Max-Plus Cases - Invited lecture


14:25 - 14:45    Break


14:45 - 16:00


Siddharth Bhaskar, Jane Chandlee, Adam Jardine and Christopher Oakden. Boolean Monadic Recursive Schemes as a Logical Characterization of the Subsequential Functions


Susanna Donatelli and Serge Haddad. Expressiveness and Conciseness of Timed Automata for the Verification of Stochastic Models


Mehmet Utkan Gezer. Windable Heads &amp; Recognizing NL with Constant Randomness


16:00 - 16:20    Break


16:20 - 17:35


Chris Keeler and Kai Salomaa. Alternating Finite Automata with Limited Universal Branching


Nadia Labai, Tomer Kotek, Magdalena Ortiz and Helmut Veith. Pebble-intervals Automata and FO2 with Two Orders


Ahmet Bilal Uçan. Limited Two-way Deterministic Finite Automata with Advice


17:35 - 19:35    Touristic visit


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Thursday, March 5


09:00 - 09:50    Christoph Haase. Approaching Arithmetic Theories with Finite-state Automata - Invited lecture


09:50 - 10:10    Break


10:10 - 11:25


Kazuyuki Amano. On the Size of Depth-two Threshold Circuits for the Inner Product mod 2 Function


Riccardo Dondi, Giancarlo Mauri and Italo Zoppis. Complexity Issues of String to Graph Approximate Matching


Hans Zantema. Complexity of Automatic Sequences


11:25 - 11:45    Break and Group photo


11:45 - 12:35


Aaron Lye. Context-sensitive Fusion Grammars Are Universal


Alexander Okhotin and Alexey Sorokin. Cyclic Shift on Multi-component Grammars


12:35 - 14:05    Lunch 


14:05 - 14:55    Artur Jez. Recompression: Technique for Word Equations and Compressed Data - Invited lecture


14:55 - 15:15    Break


15:15 - 16:30


Olivier Finkel. The Automatic Baire Property and an Effective Property of omega-Rational Functions


Nathan Grosshans. The Power of Programs over Monoids in J


Ondrej Klíma and Peter Kostolányi. Geometrically Closed Positive Varieties of Star-free Languages


16:30 - 16:50    Break


16:50 - 18:05


Tomoyuki Yamakami. Intersection and Union Hierarchies of Deterministic Context-free Languages and Pumping Lemmas


Vikraman Arvind, Frank Fuhlbrück, Johannes Koebler and Oleg Verbitsky. On the Weisfeiler-Leman Dimension of Fractional Packing


Jing Ji and Jeffrey Heinz. Input Strictly Local Tree Transducers


18:05 - 19:15    Reception


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Friday, March 6


09:00 - 09:50    Jean-Éric Pin. How to Prove that a Language is Regular or Star-free? - Invited lecture


09:50 - 10:10    Break


10:10 - 11:25


Paola Bonizzoni, Clelia De Felice, Rocco Zaccagnino and Rosalba Zizza. Lyndon Words versus Inverse Lyndon Words: Queries on Suffixes and Bordered Words


Jeffery Dick, Laura Hutchinson, Robert Mercas and Daniel Reidenbach. Reducing the Ambiguity of Parikh Matrices


Pamela Fleischmann, Dirk Nowotka, Mitja Kulczynski and Danny Bøgsted Poulsen. On Collapsing Prefix Normal Words


11:25 - 11:45    Break


11:45 - 12:35


Aaron Moss. Simplified Parsing Expression Derivatives


Jean Néraud. Complete Variable-length Codes: An Excursion into Word Edit Operations


12:35 - 14:05    Lunch


14:05 - 14:55    Thomas Place. Deciding Classes of Regular Languages: The Covering Approach - Invited lecture


14:55 - 15:05    Closing


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