
Prikl. Diskr. Mat., 2017, Number 37, Pages 76–89
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Mathematical Foundations of Informatics and Programming
On application of multidimensional complex analysis in formal language and grammar theory
O. I. Egorushkin^{}, I. V. Kolbasina^{}, K. V. Safonov^{} ^{} Reshetnev State University of Science and Technology, Krasnoyarsk, Russia
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Systems of polynomial equations over a semiring (with respect to symbols with a noncommutative multiplication and a commutative addition) are investigated. These systems of equations are interpreted as the grammars of formal languages and are resolved with respect to the nonterminal symbols in the form of the formal power series (FPS) depending on the terminal symbols. The commutative image of the system of equations is determined under the assumption that the symbols are variables taking values from the field of complex numbers. The connections between solutions of the noncommutative symbolic system of equations and its commutative image are established, thus the methods for multidimensional complex analysis are involved in the theory of formal language grammars. A discrete analogue of implicit mapping theorem onto formal grammars is proved: a sufficient condition for the existence and the uniqueness of a solution of a noncommutative system of equations in the form of FPS is the inequality to zero of the Jacobian of the commutative image of this system. A new method for syntactic analysis of the monomials of a contextfree language as a model of programming languages is also proposed. The method is based on the integral representation of the syntactic polynomial of a program. It is shown that the integral of a fixed multiplicity over a cycle allows finding the syntactic polynomial of a monomial (program) with the unlimited number of symbols, that gives a new approach to the problem of syntactic analysis.
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formal power series, commutative image, syntactic analysis, integral representation.
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O. I. Egorushkin, I. V. Kolbasina, K. V. Safonov, “On application of multidimensional complex analysis in formal language and grammar theory”, Prikl. Diskr. Mat., 2017, no. 37, 76–89
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