Families of DFAs as Acceptors of omega-Regular Languages

@inproceedings{Angluin2016FamiliesOD,
  title={Families of DFAs as Acceptors of omega-Regular Languages},
  author={Dana Angluin and Udi Boker and Dana Fisman},
  booktitle={MFCS},
  year={2016}
}
Families of DFAs (FDFAs) provide an alternative formalism for recognizing omega-regular languages. The motivation for introducing them was a desired correlation between the automaton states and right congruence relations, in a manner similar to the Myhill-Nerode theorem for regular languages. This correlation is beneficial for learning algorithms, and indeed it was recently shown that omega-regular languages can be learned from membership and equivalence queries, using FDFAs as the acceptors… 
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