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Quasi-Periodic beta-Expansions and Cut Languages
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Šíma, Jiří - Savický, Petr
Quasi-Periodic beta-Expansions and Cut Languages.
Theoretical Computer Science. Roč. 720, 11 April (2018), s. 1-23. ISSN 0304-3975
Grant CEP: GA ČR GBP202/12/G061
Institucionální podpora: RVO:67985807
Klíčová slova: beta-expansion * quasi-periodicity * Pisot number * cut language * Chomsky hierarchy
Kód oboru RIV: IN - Informatika
Obor OECD: Computer sciences, information science, bioinformathics (hardware development to be 2.2, social aspect to be 5.8)
Impakt faktor: 0.718, rok: 2018
Motivated by the analysis of neural net models between integer and rational weights, we introduce a so-called cut language over a real digit alphabet, which contains finite beta-expansions (i.e. base-beta representations) of the numbers less than a given threshold. We say that an infinite beta-expansion is eventually quasi-periodic if its tail sequence formed by the numbers whose representations are obtained by removing leading digits, contains an infinite constant subsequence. We prove that a cut language is regular iff its threshold is a quasi-periodic number whose all beta-expansions are eventually quasi-periodic, by showing that altogether they have a finite number of tail values. For algebraic bases beta, we prove that there is an eventually quasi-periodic beta-expansion with an infinite number of tail values iff there is a conjugate of beta on the unit circle. For transcendental beta combined with algebraic digits, a beta-expansion is eventually quasi-periodic iff it has a finite number of tail values. For a Pisot base beta and digits from the smallest field extension Q(beta) over rational numbers including beta, we show that any number from Q(beta) is quasi-periodic. In addition, we achieve a dichotomy that a cut language is either regular or non-context-free and we show that any cut language with rational parameters is context-sensitive.
Trvalý link: http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0277554