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- A concise introduction to languages and machines
- A second course in formal languages and automata theory
- Abstract computing machines : a lambda calculus perspective
- Adaptive information processing: an introductory survey
- Algebraic automata theory
- Algebraic theory of automata and languages
- Algorithmic information theory
- An engineering approach to digital design
- An introduction to formal languages and automata
- Automata
- Automata and computability
- Automata and languages
- Automata for branching and layered temporal structures : and investigation into regularities of infinite transition systemes
- Automata logics, and infinite games : a guide to current research
- Automata on infinite objects and Church's problem
- Automata theory with modern applications
- Automata theory: machines and languages
- Automata, languages and machines, Voume B
- Automata, logics, and infinite games : a guide to current research
- Automata, universality, computation : tribute to Maurice Margenstern
- Automatic defense against zero-day polymorphic worms in communication networks
- Big data : algorithms, analytics, and applications
- Big data and analytics : strategic and organizational impacts
- Codes and automata
- Combinatorics, automata, and number theory
- Communication and concurrency
- Computability, complexity, and languages: fundamentals of theoretical computer science
- Computation engineering : applied automata theory and logic
- Computers : classical, quantum and others
- Data clustering : algorithms and applications
- Data clustering : algorithms and applications
- Descriptive set theoretic methods in automata theory : decidability and topological complexity
- Discrete mathematics: applied algebra for computer and information science
- Elements of automata theory
- Finite automata
- Formal languages, automata and numeration systems 1 : applications to recognizability and decidability
- Formal languages, automata and numeration systems 2
- Formale Sprachen : mit Anwendungen auf die Beschreibung natürlicher Sprachen
- Foundations of XML processing : the tree-automata approach
- Fundamentals of machine theory and mechanisms
- Fuzzy semirings with applications to automata theoryh[electronic book]
- Groups, languages, and automata
- Handbook of process algebra
- Infinite words : automata, semigroups, logic and games
- Introduction to automata theory, languages and computation
- Introduction to automata theory, languages, and computation
- Introduction to automata theory, languages, and computation
- Introduction to discrete structures for computer science and engineering
- Introduction to the theory of computation
- Kinematics of machinery through HyperWorks
- Languages and machines : an introduction to the theory of computer science
- Languages and machines: an introduction to the theory of computer science
- Learning elastic stack 7.0 : distributed search, analytics, and visualization using elasticsearch, logstash, beats, and Kibana, 2nd edition
- Logic and automata : history and perspectives
- Machine learning quick reference : quick and essential machine learning hacks for training smart data models
- Machines, languages, and computation
- Mathematical theory of computation
- Mechanism design : a linear programming approach
- Mobile artificial intelligence projects : develop seven projects on your smartphone using artificial intelligence and deep learning techniques
- Modeling and analysis of communicating systems
- Modelling, state observation, and diagnosis of quantised systems
- New trends in mechanism and machine science : theory and industrial applications
- Non-standard parameter adaptation for exploratory data analysis
- Noncommutative rational series with applications
- Picture languages: formal models for picture recognition
- Process algebra
- Processes, terms and cycles : steps on the road to infinity : essays dedicated to Jan Willem Klop on the occasion of his 60th birthday
- Programs, machines, and computation: an introduction to the theory of computing
- Regular algebra and finite machines
- Rudiments of [mu]-calculus
- Semigroups and automata : selecta, Uno Kaljulaid (1941-1999)
- Simulated annealing and Boltzmann machines: a stochastic approach to combinatorial optimization and neural computing
- Stable networks and product graphs
- Stable networks and product graphs
- Statistical and machine learning approaches for network analysis
- Studies in abstract families of languages
- The Space and Motion of Communicating Agents
- The complexity of computing
- The connection machine
- The foundations of artificial intelligence : a sourcebook
- The language of machines : an introduction to computability and formal languages
- The theory of computation
- The turing test
- Theory of automata, formal languages and computation
- Theory of computation : an introduction
- Theory of computation: formal languages, automata and complexity
- Turing's legacy : developments from Turing's ideas in logic
- Words, semigroups, & transductions : festschrift in honor of Gabriel Thierrin

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