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Seymour Ginsburg (Selection)

1928 - 2004

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80Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLSeymour Ginsburg, Jonathan Goldstine, Edwin H. Spanier: On the Equality of Grammatical Families. J. Comput. Syst. Sci. 26(2): 171-196 (1983)
76Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLSeymour Ginsburg, Jonathan Goldstine, Edwin H. Spanier: A Prime Decomposition Theorem for Grammatical Families. J. Comput. Syst. Sci. 24(3): 315-361 (1982)
59Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLSeymour Ginsburg, Jonathan Goldstine, Sheila A. Greibach: Some Uniformly Erasable Families of Languages. Theor. Comput. Sci. 2(1): 29-44 (1976)
55Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLSeymour Ginsburg, Jonathan Goldstine, Sheila A. Greibach: Uniformly Erasable AFL. J. Comput. Syst. Sci. 10(2): 165-182 (1975)
46Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLSeymour Ginsburg, Jonathan Goldstine: Intersection-Closed Full AFL and the Recursively Enumerable Languages Information and Control 22(3): 201-231 (1973)
43Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLSheila Carlyle-Greibach, Seymour Ginsburg, Jonathan Goldstine: Uniformly Erasable AFL STOC 1972: 207-213
41no EE pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLSeymour Ginsburg, Jonathan Goldstine: On the Largest Full SubAFL of an AFL. Mathematical Systems Theory 6(3): 241-242 (1972)
40Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLSeymour Ginsburg, Jonathan Goldstine: Intersection-Closed full AFL and the Recursively Enumerable Languages STOC 1971: 121-131

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