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From deterministic finite automata to infinite games

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This is an introduction to the field of infinite games, which is relevant to computer science due to its deep links to the automata theory, and its application to the verification of computer systems. Infinite games (e.g. parity games) are played by two antagonistic players, who make moves on a given graph; the duration of the play is infinite, and the winner depends on the properties of the infinite path resulting from the players’ movements. I will start with the well known finite automata on finite words, and proceed to automata on infinite structures, and infinite games.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Wednesday Seminars series.

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