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Antichains for Inclusion Games

@article{Holk2016AntichainsFI,
  title={Antichains for Inclusion Games},
  author={Luk{\'a}s Hol{\'i}k and Roland Meyer and Sebastian Muskalla},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1603.07256}
}
We study two-player games played on the infinite graph of sentential forms induced by a context-free grammar (that comes with an ownership partitioning of the non-terminals). The winning condition is inclusion in a regular language for the terminal words derived in maximal plays. Our contribution is an algorithm to compute a finite representation of all plays starting in a non-terminal. The representation is compositional and, once obtained for the non-terminals, immediate to lift to sentential… Expand

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