Two-way metalinear PC grammar systems and their descriptional complexity
AbstractBesides a derivation step and a communication step, a two-way PC grammar system can make a reduction step during which it reduces the right-hand side of a context-free production to its left-hand side. This paper proves that every non-unary recursively enumerable language is defined by a centralized two-way grammar system, ┌, with two metalinear components in a very economical way. Indeed, ┌'s master has only three nonterminals and one communication production; furthermore, it produces all sentential forms with no more than two occurrences of nonterminals. In addition, during every computation, ┌ makes a single communication step. Some variants of two-way PC grammar systems are discussed in the conclusion of this paper.
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Meduna, A. (2004). Two-way metalinear PC grammar systems and their descriptional complexity. Acta Cybernetica, 16(3), 385-397. Retrieved from https://cyber.bibl.u-szeged.hu/index.php/actcybern/article/view/3630