“11th Workshop on Non-classical Models of Automata and Applications (NCMA 2019)” – open access special issue

RAIRO - Theoretical Informatics and Applications (RAIRO-ITA) is pleased to share the articles from the 11th Workshop on Non-classical Models of Automata and Applications that took place in Valencia in 2019 (NCMA 2019). The special issue is edited by Markus Holzer, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, and José M. Sempere, Universitat Politècnica de València, and is open access for the first time following RAIRO-ITA’s move to open access under the Subscribe to Open (S2O) model earlier in 2021. As well as enabling open access to content, S2O means that there are no publication charges for authors.

The special issue comprises a preface and six articles, namely:

“Bottom-Up derivatives of tree expressions”, Samira Attou, Ludovic Mignot and Djelloul Ziadi

“On deterministic 1-limited 5′ → 3′ sensing Watson–Crick finite-state transducers”, Benedek Nagy and Zita Kovács

“Digging input-driven pushdown automata”, Martin Kutrib and Andreas Malcher

“Synchronizing series-parallel deterministic finite automata with loops and related problems”, Jens Bruchertseifer and Henning Fernau

“Accepting networks of evolutionary processors with resources restricted and structure limited filters”, Jürgen Dassow and Bianca Truthe

“On restarting automata with auxiliary symbols and small window size”, František Mráz and Friedrich Otto

“Many non-classical automata models are natural objects of theoretical computer science. They are studied from different points of view in various areas, both as theoretical concepts and as formal models for applications. The aim of the NCMA workshop series is to bring together researchers working on different aspects of different variants of non-classical automata models in order to exchange and develop novel ideas.” (Preface)

The NCMA 2019 special issue is the latest volume to come from a long-standing publishing agreement between Non-Classical Models of Automata and Applications (NCMA) and RAIRO-ITA. The ongoing partnership is greatly valued and we look forward to future issues.

Access the special issue here.

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