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Seminarium „Teoria automatów”

Cotygodniowe seminarium badawcze



środy, 14:15 , sala: 5050

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  • 19 czerwca 2024 14:15
    Teodor Knapik (ISEA, Université de la Nouvelle Calédonie)
    Lindenmayer graph languages, first-order theories and expanders
    Imagined by Kolmogorov in the middle of past century, expanders form remarkable graph families with applications in areas as diverse as robust communication networks and probabilistically checkable proofs, to name just two. Since the proof …

  • 12 czerwca 2024 14:15
    Łukasz Kamiński (University of Warsaw)
    Bi-reachability in Petri nets with data
    Petri nets with equality data is an extension of plain Petri nets where tokens carry values from an infinite data domain, and executability of transitions is conditioned by equalities between data values. The most fundamental …

  • 5 czerwca 2024 14:15
    Vincent Michielini (University of Warsaw)
    A new characterisation for FO2 over finite words
    First-Order Logic with two variables, over finite words, is known for having many semantic characterisations: turtle languages, unambiguous monomials, deterministic partially ordered 2-way automata... In this talk, we will focus on the second one: a …

  • 29 maja 2024 14:15
    Filip Mazowiecki (University of Warsaw)
    Determinisation and Unambiguisation of Polynomially-Ambiguous Rational Weighted Automata
    We study the determinisation and unambiguisation problems of weighted automata over the rational field: given a weighted automaton, can we determine whether there exists an equivalent deterministic, respectively unambiguous, weighted automaton? Recent results by Bell …

  • 22 maja 2024 14:15
    Jakub Kozik (Jagiellonian University)
    Choosability version of Thue's theorem on nonrepetitive sequences
    Pattern avoidance is a deeply studied problem within the field of combinatorics on words. One of the seminal results of this area is the theorem of Thue which asserts that there exists an infinite word …

  • 15 maja 2024 14:15
    Igor Walukiewicz (CNRS, LaBRI, Bordeaux University)
    Rethinking Partial-Order Methods
    The goal of partial-order methods is to speed up explicit state exploration of concurrent systems. The state space of these systems grows exponentially with the number of components. Yet, explicit state exploration remains one of …

  • 24 kwietnia 2024 14:15
    Gorav Jindal (Max Planck Institute for Software Systems)
    Sign Me Up: PosSLP, Sign Testing, and Polynomials
    Given an integer, deciding its positivity may appear trivial initially. However, this problem becomes more compelling when the integer is presented in a compact form, as opposed to being explicitly represented as a bit string. …

  • 17 kwietnia 2024 14:15
    Shuo Pang (University of Copenhagen)
    Supercritical and Robust Trade-offs for Resolution Depth Versus Width and Weisfeiler–Leman
    We give the first robust resolution trade-offs for which low width implies depth superlinear in the formula size. We show analogous results for the Weisfeiler–Leman algorithm, which also translate into trade-offs between number of variables …

  • 10 kwietnia 2024 14:15
    Clotilde Biziere (University of Warsaw / ENS Paris)
    Reachability in 2-dimensional Branching Vector Addition Systems with States
    Vector addition systems with states (VASS) are finite-state machines equipped with a finite number of counters ranging over nonnegative integers. Operations on counters are limited to incrementation and decrementation. Their central algorithmic problem is reachability: …

  • 3 kwietnia 2024 14:15
    Tomasz Gogacz (University of Warsaw)

  • 27 marca 2024 14:15
    Tim Seppelt (RWTH Aachen University)
    Homomorphism Indistinguishability: Characterisations, Closure, Complexity
    In 1967, Lovász proved that two graphs G and H are isomorphic iff they are homomorphism indistinguishable over the the family of all graphs, i.e. for all graphs F the number of homomorphisms from F …

  • 20 marca 2024 14:15
    Jingjie Yang (University of Oxford)
    Niezmiennicze podprzestrzenie przestrzeni liniowych orbitowo skończonego wymiaru
    In their LICS21 paper, Bojańczyk, Klin, and Moerman gave an equivalence algorithm for weighted orbit-finite automata: they construct a chain of configuration spaces that are closed under both linear combinations and atom permutations; crucially, termination …

  • 13 marca 2024 14:15
    Alexandra Rogova
    Connecting graph and relational query languages
    Practical query languages for graph and relational databases are based on similar concepts: In the former, base relations are extracted from graphs, and in the latter, they are given as input. In both, these base …

  • 6 marca 2024 14:15
    Szymon Toruńczyk (MIMUW)
    Combinatorial Characterizations of Monadically Dependent Graph Classes
    We provide the first two combinatorial characterizations of monadically dependent graph classes. This yields the following dichotomy. On the structure side, we characterize monadic dependence by a property called flip-breakability. This notion generalizes the notions …

  • 28 lutego 2024 14:15
    Michał Pilipczuk (MIMUW)
    First-Order Model Checking on Monadically Stable Graph Classes
    A graph class C is monadically stable if one cannot interpret arbitrary long linear orders in colored graphs from C using any fixed first-order interpretation. We prove that on any monadically stable class, the model-checking …