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A pattern is a string of constant and variable symbols. The language generated by a pattern π is the set of all strings of constant symbols which can be obtained from π by substituting non-empty strings for variables. We study the learnability of one-variable pattern languages in the limit with respect to the update time needed for computing a new single… (More)

A pattern is a nite string of constant and variable symbols. The language generated by a pattern is the set of all strings of constant symbols which can be obtained from the pattern by substituting non-empty strings for variables. Descriptive patterns are a key concept for inductive inference of pattern languages. A pattern is descriptive for a given sample… (More)

- Ernst W. Mayr, Hans Stadtherr
- Euro-Par, Vol. II
- 1996

- Hans Stadtherr
- J. Parallel Distrib. Comput.
- 2004

- Hans Stadtherr
- 1998

Scheduling the execution of parallel algorithms on parallel computers is a main issue in current research. Parallel computers can be used to solve scheduling problems very fast and we might be able to tackle new applications, where schedules must be obtained very quickly. Although the importance of parallel scheduling algorithms has been widely recognized,… (More)

A pattern is a nite string of constant and variable symbols. The language generated by a pattern is the set of all strings of constant symbols which can be obtained from the pattern by substituting non-empty strings for variables. Descriptive patterns are a key concept for inductive inference of pattern languages. A pattern is descriptive for a given sample… (More)

A pattern is a nite string of constant and variable symbols. The language generated by a pattern is the set of all strings of constant symbols which can be obtained from the pattern by substituting non-empty strings for variables. Descriptive patterns are a key concept for inductive inference of pattern languages. A pattern is descriptive for a given sample… (More)

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