Orbits of Linear Maps and Regular Languages

@inproceedings{Tarasov2011OrbitsOL,
  title={Orbits of Linear Maps and Regular Languages},
  author={S. Tarasov and M. Vyalyi},
  booktitle={CSR},
  year={2011}
}
  • S. Tarasov, M. Vyalyi
  • Published in CSR 2011
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • The chamber hitting problem (CHP) for linear maps consists in checking whether an orbit of a linear map specified by a rational matrix hits a given rational polyhedral set. The CHP generalizes some wellknown open computability problems about linear recurrent sequences (e.g., the Skolem problem, the nonnegativity problem). It is recently shown that the CHP is Turing equivalent to checking whether an intersection of a regular language and the special language of permutations of binary words (the… CONTINUE READING
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