Regular expressions for muller context-free languages

  • Kitti Gelle
  • Szabolcs Iván


Muller context-free languages (MCFLs) are languages of countable words, that is, labeled countable linear orders, generated by Muller context-free grammars. Equivalently, they are the frontier languages of (nondeterministic Muller-)regular languages of infinite trees. In this article we survey the known results regarding MCFLs, and show that a language is an MCFL if and only if it can be generated by a so-called µη-regular expression.


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Gelle, K., & Iván, S. (2017). Regular expressions for muller context-free languages. Acta Cybernetica, 23(1), 349-369.
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