The first part of this monograph gives new results on semilinear sets. The descriptional complexity of operations is investigated. Semirecognizable subsets of monoids are introduced. Semirecognizability demands that the projection of the subset to its syntactic monoid is finite. The semirecognizable subsets of finitely generated free commutative monoids, which form a proper subset of the semilinear sets, are studied. Connections to rational cones enable the use of geometric methods.
Jumping finite automata are a model for discontinuous information processing that has attracted interest for some years. Their operational state complexity and a variant called right one-way jumping finite automata are explored in the second part. We show that a permutation closed language is accepted by this variant if and only if it is semirecognizable. Results from the first part are used to get a better insight into these devices.
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