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LATA paper

My paper, Restarting Automata with Auxiliary Symbols and Small Lookahead, has been accepted for LATA 2011, a relatively new but increasingly important conference in theoretical computer science, especially for researchers in formal languages, computability, logic and automata. 

Here’s my abstract:

We present a study on lookahead hierarchies for restarting automata with auxiliary symbols and small lookahead.  In particular, we show that there are just two different classes of languages recognised by RRWW automata, through the restriction of lookahead size.  We also show that the respective (left-) monotone restarting automaton models characterise the context-free languages and that the respective right-left-monotone restarting automata characterise the linear languages both with just lookahead length 2.