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On the power of parallel communicating grammar systems with right-linear components. (English) Zbl 0892.68058

Summary: We settle here two problems concerning the generative power of parallel communicating grammar systems with right-linear components: (1) each linear language can be generated by a non-centralized returning system, (2) the family of languages generated by centralized returning systems is incomparable with the family of languages generated by non-returning centralized systems. It is also proved that centralized returning systems with right-linear components are strictly more powerful than systems with regular rules in the restricted sense.

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68Q42 Grammars and rewriting systems
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