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Electronic publishing of ADB editions

Santos, José Luís; Ramalho, José Carlos
Fonte: Universidade do Minho Publicador: Universidade do Minho
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em 25/06/2003 POR
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Arquivo Distrital de Braga (ADB), the second largest Portuguese Archive, owns thousands of important master pieces, published according to merely typographic techniques. For the great majority, their existence in electronic support is still a mirage. However, some years ago, ADB and the Department of Computer Science at the University of Minho have created a synergy aiming at modernizing, through computing processes, the unique cultural value the Archive owns. The goal of this document is to provide a technological overview on the work developed at ADB along the years in the arena of electronic publishing. It includes the presentation of a practical case.

Comparison of three rapid methods for detection of antibodies to streptolysin O and DNase B.

Hostetler, C L; Sawyer, K P; Nachamkin, I
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /07/1988 EN
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Three commercial systems were compared for ability to detect antibodies to streptolysin O (ASO) and DNase B (ADB). Streptozyme (Wampole Laboratories, Cranbury, N.J.) exhibited high sensitivity (100%) for detecting ASO but low sensitivity for ADB (22.2%). The LeapStrep (Organon Teknika, Malvern, Pa.) and Check-Spectra (Diagnostic Technology, Hauppauge, N.Y.) tests had low sensitivities for detecting ASO (35.3 and 21.4%, respectively) and ADB (22.2 and 33.3%, respectively).

Laser capture microdissection reveals dose–response of gene expression in situ consequent to asbestos exposure

Yin, Qi; Brody, Arnold R; Sullivan, Deborah E
Fonte: Blackwell Publishing Ltd Publicador: Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /12/2007 EN
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The genes that mediate fibroproliferative lung disease remain to be defined. Prior studies from our laboratory showed by in situ hybridization and immunohistochemistry that the genes coding for tumour necrosis factor alpha, transforming growth factor beta, the platelet-derived growth factor A and B isoforms, and alpha-1 pro-collagen are expressed in fibroproliferative lesions that develop quickly after asbestos inhalation. These five genes, along with matrix metalloproteinase 9, a collagenase found to be increased in several lung diseases, are known to control matrix production and cell proliferation in humans and animals. Here we show by laser capture microdissection that (i) The six genes are expressed at significantly higher levels in the asbestos-exposed mice when comparing the same anatomic regions ‘captured’ in unexposed mice. (ii) The bronchiolar-alveolar duct (BAD) junctions, where the greatest number of fibres initially deposit, were always significantly higher than the other anatomic regions for each gene. The first alveolar duct bifurcation (ADB) generally was higher than the second ADB, the ADBs were always significantly higher than the airway walls and pleura, and the airway walls and pleura were generally higher than the unexposed tissues. (iii) Animals exposed for 3 days always exhibited significantly higher levels of gene expression at the BAD junctions and ADBs than animals exposed for 2 days. To our knowledge...

Normal Ranges of Streptococcal Antibody Titers Are Similar Whether Streptococci Are Endemic to the Setting or Not ▿

Steer, Andrew C.; Vidmar, Suzanna; Ritika, Roselyn; Kado, Joseph; Batzloff, Michael; Jenney, Adam W. J.; Carlin, John B.; Carapetis, Jonathan R.
Fonte: American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Publicador: American Society for Microbiology (ASM)
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Group A streptococcal (GAS) serology is used for the diagnosis of post-streptococcal diseases, such as acute rheumatic fever, and occasionally for the diagnosis of streptococcal pharyngitis. Experts recommend that the upper limits of normal for streptococcal serology be determined for individual populations because of differences in the epidemiology of GAS between populations. Therefore, we performed a study to determine the values of the upper limit of normal for anti-streptolysin O (ASO) and anti-DNase B (ADB) titers in Fiji. Participants with a history of GAS disease, including pharyngitis or impetigo, were excluded. A total of 424 serum samples from people of all ages (with a sample enriched for school-aged children) were tested for their ASO and ADB titers. Reference values, including titers that were 80% of the upper limit of normal, were obtained by regression analysis by use of a curve-fitting method instead of the traditional nonparametric approach. Normal values for both the ASO titer and the ADB titer rose sharply during early childhood and then declined gradually with age. The estimated titers that were 80% of the upper limit or normal at age 10 years were 276 IU/ml for ASO and 499 IU/ml for ADB. Data from our study are similar to those found in countries with temperate climates...

Complete Genome Sequence of Escherichia Phage ADB-2 Isolated from a Fecal Sample of Poultry

Bhensdadia, D. V.; Bhimani, H. D.; Rawal, C. M.; Kothari, V. V.; Raval, V. H.; Kothari, C. R.; Patel, A. B.; Bhatt, V. D.; Parmar, N. R.; Sajnani, M. R.; Koringa, P. G.; Joshi, C. G.; Singh, S. P.; Kothari, R. K.
Fonte: American Society for Microbiology Publicador: American Society for Microbiology
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 14/03/2013 EN
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Escherichia phage ADB-2 was isolated from a chicken fecal sample. It is a virulent phage and shows effective inhibition of Escherichia coli strains. Here we announce the completely sequenced genome of Escherichia phage ADB-2, and major findings from its annotation are described.

Fragipan Horizon Fragmentation in Slaking Experiments with Amendment Materials and Ryegrass Root Tissue Extracts

Karathanasis, A. D.; Murdock, L. W.; Matocha, C. J.; Grove, J.; Thompson, Y. L.
Fonte: Hindawi Publishing Corporation Publicador: Hindawi Publishing Corporation
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Slaking experiments were conducted of fragipan clods immersed in solutions of poultry manure, aerobically digested biosolid waste (ADB), fluidized bed combustion byproduct (FBC), D-H2O, CaCO3, NaF, Na-hexa-metaphosphate, and ryegrass root biomass. The fragipan clods were sampled from the Btx horizon of an Oxyaquic Fragiudalf in Kentucky. Wet sieving aggregate analysis showed significantly better fragmentation in the NaF, Na-hexa-metaphosphate, and ryegrass root solutions with a mean weight diameter range of 15.5–18.8 mm compared to the 44.2–47.9 mm of the poultry manure, ADB, and FBC treatments. Dissolved Si, Al, Fe, and Mn levels released in solution were ambiguous. The poor efficiency of the poultry manure, ADB, and FBC treatments was attributed to their high ionic strength, while the high efficiency of the NaF, Na-hexa-metaphosphate, and rye grass root solutions to their high sodium soluble ratio (SSR). A slaking mechanism is proposed suggesting that aqueous solutions with high SSR penetrate faster into the fragipan capillaries and generate the critical swelling pressure and shearing stress required to rupture the fragipan into several fragments. Additional fragmentation occurs in a followup stage during which potential Si...

Postmortem distribution of MAB-CHMINACA in body fluids and solid tissues of a human cadaver

Hasegawa, Koutaro; Wurita, Amin; Minakata, Kayoko; Gonmori, Kunio; Nozawa, Hideki; Yamagishi, Itaru; Watanabe, Kanako; Suzuki, Osamu
Fonte: Springer Japan Publicador: Springer Japan
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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During the latter part of 2014, we experienced an autopsy case in which 5-fluoro-ADB, one of the most dangerous synthetic cannabinoids, was identified and quantitated in solid tissues and in three herbal blend products [Forensic Toxicol (2015) 33:112–121]. At that time, although we suspected that there may be some drug(s) other than 5-fluoro-ADB in the herbal products, all trials to find it/them were unsuccessful. Subsequently, we carefully re-examined the presence of other synthetic cannabinoid(s) in the above herbal blend products using accurate mass spectrometry and found two new compounds, 5-fluoro-ADB-PINACA and MAB-CHMINACA (Forensic Toxicol. doi: 10.1007/s 11419-015-0264-y). In the present communication, we report the distribution of MAB-CHMINACA in body fluids and solid tissue specimens collected from the same deceased individual (kept frozen at −80 °C) as described above for demonstration of 5-fluoro-ADB. Unexpectedly, unchanged MAB-CHMINACA could be identified and quantitated in whole blood and in pericardial fluid specimens, but it was below the detection limit (0.1 ng/ml) in the urine specimen. A higher concentration of MAB-CHMINACA could be found in all of the nine solid tissues; the highest concentration of MAB-CHMINACA was found in the liver (156 ng/g)...

Mongolia - Government Financial Sector Reform Program (2000-2010) : Mid-term Review Report

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
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In spring 2000 the Government of Mongolia adopted a Long-Term Vision and Medium Term Strategy for Financial Sector Reform and Development in 2000-2010, and implemented the Medium Term Strategy in 2001-2004 under the framework of the Bank s FSAC and ADB s FSPL II. In 2004-2005, a Bank team carried out a series of reviews to take stock of the progress made, and identify the remaining as well as emerging challenges. The reviews enjoyed support and coordination from the Ministry of Finance, the Bank of Mongolia and various financial institutions in Mongolia. The data used for the reviews were mainly those at the end of 2004, some were as recent as June 2005 and beyond. The main findings and recommendations of the reviews are summarized in this report, which serves as an Issues Paper for Bank management and staff working on or interested in Mongolia.

IMF and ADB perspectives on regional surveillance in East Asia; 3

de Brouwer, Gordon
Fonte: Routledge Publicador: Routledge
Tipo: Parte de Livro Formato: 58171 bytes; 353 bytes; application/pdf; application/octet-stream
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East Asian policy dialogue on economic and financial developments within the region and beyond it occurs in a range of forums. These include the APEC Finance Ministers’ Meeting, the ASEAN+3 Finance Ministers’ Meeting, the ASEAN Finance Ministers’ and Governors’ Meetings, the Manila Framework Group (MFG), the Executives Meeting of the East Asian and Pacific Central Banks (EMEAP), the China-Japan-Korea Finance Ministers’ Meeting, and the Four Markets Group. There is consensus in the region that there are now enough forums for policy dialogue. But there is also general agreement that many of them do not fulfil their potential as forums for substantive and effective economic monitoring and surveillance. In this context, there is an appetite to reform and strengthen some of these forums, especially the ASEAN+3, ASEAN and MFG meetings. This chapter looks at ways to strengthen monitoring and surveillance in regional policy dialogue from the perspective of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB). These institutions are the core providers of much of the intellectual and logistic support for many of the meetings. They are involved in many meetings, either as presenters on recent developments or as observers. They also have their own views on...

Douglas Pike (1908-1974) : South Australian and Australian historian.

Calvert, John David
Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
Publicado em //2008
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Douglas Henry Pike was born in China in 1908, the second of five children, whose Australian parents were missionaries with a Protestant interdenominational faith mission, the China Inland Mission. Following graduation from an English style mission boarding school at Chefoo in northern China, Pike came to Melbourne in 1924; and from 1926 spent twelve years jackerooing on various New South Wales country properties. He returned to Melbourne in 1938, trained for the ministry in a Churches of Christ College, graduated in November 1941, married Olive Hagger and was sent to Adelaide. During pastorates at Colonel Light Gardens and Glenelg he studied at the University of Adelaide for his BA. He achieved History Honours, resigned from the ministry, taught briefly in Adelaide and at the University of Western Australia then returned to Adelaide as Reader from 1950 to 1960. Pike obtained his MA, then the D. Litt. for Paradise of Dissent, a history of South Australia. During the 1950s he wrote a series of newspaper articles, ‘Early Adelaide with the lid off’. Douglas Pike (1908-1974) South Australian and Australian Historian. In 1960 he was appointed to the Chair of History at the University of Tasmania and published his second book, Australia: The Quiet Continent. In 1964 he moved to the Australian National University and commenced his pioneering task as founding editor of the Australian Dictionary of Biography. Therefore the most significant period of his working life in history and historiography covers the years from 1948 until his sudden illness in November 1973...

Efficient duty cycle MAC protocols for dynamic traffic loads in wireless sensor networks

Sun, Yanjun
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
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Idle listening is one of the most significant causes of energy consumption in wireless sensor networks (WSNs), and many protocols have been proposed based on duty cycling to reduce this cost. These protocols, either synchronous or asynchronous, are mainly optimized for light traffic loads. A WSN, however, could often experience bursty and high traffic loads, as may happen for example with broadcast or convergecast traffic. In this thesis, I design and evaluate a new synchronous protocol, DW-MAC (Demand Wakeup MAC), and a new asynchronous protocol, RI-MAC (Receiver Initiated MAC), that are both efficient under dynamic traffic loads, including light or heavy loads. I also design and evaluate ADB (Asynchronous Duty-cycle Broadcasting), a new protocol for efficient multihop broadcasting in WSNs using asynchronous duty cycling. DW-MAC introduces a new low-overhead scheduling algorithm that allows nodes to wake up on demand during the Sleep period of an operational cycle and ensures that data transmissions do not collide at their intended receivers; this demand wakeup adaptively increases effective channel capacity as traffic load increases. RI-MAC, instead, uses receiver-initiated transmissions, in which each transmitter passively waits until its intended receiver wakes up and transmits a beacon frame; this technique minimizes the time a sender and its intended receiver occupy the wireless medium to find a rendezvous time for exchanging data. ADB is integrated with RI-MAC to exploit information only available at this layer; rather than treating the data transmission from a node to all of its neighbors as the basic unit of progress for the multihop broadcast. ADB dynamically optimizes the broadcast at the level of transmission to each individual neighbor of a node as the neighbors asynchronously wakeup...

China, Japan and regional organisations: The case of the Asian development bank

Rathus, Joel
Fonte: Carfax Publishing Publicador: Carfax Publishing
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2008 EN
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This paper examines the impact of 'the rise of China' on the Asian Development Bank (ADB), and its implications for Japan. Japan has traditionally enjoyed a dominant position in the Bank, as it has enjoyed a dominant position in Asia. However, with the balance of power in the region tipping in China's favour, one might expect that this would be reflected in the ADB as well. This paper argues that despite the worsening Sino-Japanese relationship, the ADB has facilitated the development and maintenance of shared expectations between the two parties over the future direction of development assistance, representing an oasis of liberal institutionalism in a relationship increasingly characterised in realist terms.; Joel Rathus

Conditionality, coercion and other forms of 'power': international financial institutions in the Pacific

Larmour, Peter
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Conference paper Formato: 104742 bytes; 352 bytes; application/pdf; application/octet-stream
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Conditionality Recent relationships between Papua New Guinea (PNG), the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and the World Bank have been stormy. At various points in the loan negotiations students rioted, the Prime Minister told the World Bank to ‘go to hell’, and the World Bank’s chief negotiator defected to the PNG side. He was later jailed. The relationship between the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and its South Pacific clients were also sometimes uneasy, and led its Board of Directors to commission a self-assessment. The article compares the use of loan conditions by the International Financial Institutions (IFIs) in Papua New Guinea and six small island states of the South Pacific. In spite of their juridical sovereignty, their small size may make them particularly vulnerable to international pressure. It is part of a wider study of ‘institutional transfer ’ which sees ‘conditionality’ as one of the mechanisms by which institutions are borrowed, transplanted or imposed on other countries. Conditionality lies on a continuum that runs from voluntary ‘lesson drawing’ at one extreme, to direct imposition of a policy on the other.; Kumul Scholars International papers from the Conference in Canberra, Australia in July 2002; no

Mongolia : Pension Policy Challenges and Reform Options

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
Tipo: Economic & Sector Work :: Policy Note; Economic & Sector Work
ENGLISH; EN_US
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Mongolia inherited a pay-as-you go public pension system providing universal coverage and high levels of benefits (relative to pre-retirement income), consistent with the state provision of all forms of social insurance. The system was reformed in 1995, including the introduction of contributions for pensions and other social insurance, but it remained dependent upon Government transfers. The reforms improved the existing scheme but failed to achieve financial sustainability or address a number of weaknesses in the existing scheme's design, which created weak incentives for contributing to the system and benefit inequities between different groups of workers/cohorts. This policy note responds to this request, and it is part of an ongoing broader collaboration with the Government and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) on pension reform that includes: (i) supporting the development of the policy framework for pension reform; (ii) improving the pension policy making capacity; and (iii) assisting in the identification of the institutional development needs to support the new pension system. This note identifies a number of challenges in the design and implementation of the current social insurance system that would need to be addressed to strengthen the system's ability to provide consumption smoothing and old-age income security for Mongolia's population.

Cambodia : Country Procurement Assessment Report

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
Tipo: Economic & Sector Work :: Country Procurement Assessment (CPAR); Economic & Sector Work
ENGLISH; EN_US
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This Country Procurement Assessment Report (CPAR), prepared by the Bank in close cooperation with the Asian Development Bank (ADB), is a contribution to the Government's ongoing public sector reform program. It analyses strengths, and weaknesses in current practices, and outlines an action plan to bring public procurement further into line with internationally accepted, best practice. With regard to public procurement, Cambodia received technical assistance from ADB in 1994-1995, resulting in well-drafted legislation, rules and guidelines, designed to create a coordinated, sound procurement framework in line with good international practice. Through a number of executive decisions made over the ensuing years, however, implementation of the framework has deviated. This has resulted in a fragmented approach, without a focal point for overall monitoring, and resulting in considerable decision-making power in the hands of the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF). This CPAR focuses on actions that need to be taken to re-assume the direction intended by the framework...

Philippines - Improving Government Performance : Discipline, Efficiency and Equity in Managing Public Resources; EASPR

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
Tipo: Economic & Sector Work :: Integrated Fiduciary Assessment; Economic & Sector Work
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The Philippine authorities, confronted with an unfavorable governance and macroeconomic environment in 2001, established a consistent track record in 2001 in stabilizing the economy and improving investor sentiment. The unfolding developments in 2002-03, however, pose a threat to a still fragile fiscal and institutional environment, and can dim the prospects for attaining the Philippines' target for higher growth and renewed poverty reduction. Fiscal sustainability and the government's ability to finance poverty-reducing programscontinues to be at risk from falling revenues, rising public debt and debt service, and off-budget risks. This constrained environment makes it doubly important to focus on increasing fiscal flexibility through increasing revenue collections and enhancing the discipline, efficiency, and equity of public expenditures. the objective of this public Expenditure, Procurement and Financial Management Review (PEPFMR) is to examine selected issues in the allocation and managmeent of public resources of interest to the Philippine authorities...

Greater Mekong Sub-region Options for the Structure of the GMS Power Trade Market : A First Overview of Issues and Possible Options

World Bank
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
Tipo: Publications & Research :: ESMAP Paper; Publications & Research
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The World Bank, working together with the Asian Development Bank (ADB), actively supports the development of a regional power market in the GMS: Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam and the Yunnan Province of the People's Republic of China. This report is part of a dynamic process aimed at developing power trade in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS), the objective of which will be to provide reliable and economic electric service to consumers, consistent with sustainable use of natural resources. The report includes the following headings: introduction; issues related to the current situation; possible options and requirements for the intermediate term; recommendations for intermediate-term decisions; options for long-term trading in the GMS region; next steps; and conclusion.

The dynamics of specialist development banking: the case of the agriculture development bank of Trinidad and Tobago

Birchwood, Anthony
Fonte: ECLAC Publicador: ECLAC
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Includes bibliography; Introducción Internationally, development banks emerged as governments of many countries attempted to accelerate economic development by directing finance to achieve this objective.Accordingly, it was felt that development banks had a major role to play in steering resources appropriately, particularly where there is market failure. Thus, development banks were deemed as a critical ingredient to improving access to credit, allowing for the provisioning of long-term finance at a low price, and the financing of start-up activities. In addition, development banks were seen as essential to the financing of employment creating activities such as the development of the agricultural sector. Seibel (2000) examined the performances of agriculture development banks worldwide and found that they have suffered from political interference, have been largely unsupervised and therefore not subject to prudential regulations and strict monitoring. The author argued that in the majority of cases, these institutions became unsustainable, technically bankrupt, lacking the ability to diversify and attract customers and funding.The author further contended that successful reforms have encompassed operational autonomy, and have put in place legal provisions for prudential norms...

Evidence against an Interaction between the mRNA Downstream Box and 16S rRNA in Translation Initiation

Moll, Isabella; Huber, Michael; Grill, Sonja; Sairafi, Pooneh; Mueller, Florian; Brimacombe, Richard; Londei, Paola; Bläsi, Udo
Fonte: American Society for Microbiology Publicador: American Society for Microbiology
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /06/2001 EN
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Based on the complementarity of the initial coding region (downstream box [db]) of several bacterial and phage mRNAs to bases 1469 to 1483 in helix 44 of 16S rRNA (anti-downstream box [adb]), it has been proposed that db-adb base pairing enhances translation in a way that is similar to that of the Shine-Dalgarno (SD)/anti-Shine-Dalgarno (aSD) interaction. Computer modeling of helix 44 on the 30S subunit shows that the topography of the 30S ribosome does not allow a simultaneous db-adb interaction and placement of the initiation codon in the ribosomal P site. Thus, the db-adb interaction cannot substitute for the SD-aSD interaction in translation initiation. We have always argued that any contribution of the db-adb interaction should be most apparent on mRNAs devoid of an SD sequence. Here, we show that 30S ribosomes do not bind to leaderless mRNA in the absence of initiator tRNA, even when the initial coding region shows a 15-nucleotide complementarity (optimal fit) with the putative adb. In addition, an optimized db did not affect the translational efficiency of a leaderless λ cI-lacZ reporter construct. Thus, the db-adb interaction can hardly serve as an initial recruitment signal for ribosomes. Moreover, we show that different leaderless mRNAs are translated in heterologous systems although the sequence of the putative adb's within helix 44 of the 30S subunits of the corresponding bacteria differ largely. Taken our data together with those of others (M. O'Connor...

Finite Automata with Time-Delay Blocks (Extended Version)

Chatterjee, Krishnendu; Henzinger, Thomas A.; Prabhu, Vinayak S.
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The notion of delays arises naturally in many computational models, such as, in the design of circuits, control systems, and dataflow languages. In this work, we introduce \emph{automata with delay blocks} (ADBs), extending finite state automata with variable time delay blocks, for deferring individual transition output symbols, in a discrete-time setting. We show that the ADB languages strictly subsume the regular languages, and are incomparable in expressive power to the context-free languages. We show that ADBs are closed under union, concatenation and Kleene star, and under intersection with regular languages, but not closed under complementation and intersection with other ADB languages. We show that the emptiness and the membership problems are decidable in polynomial time for ADBs, whereas the universality problem is undecidable. Finally we consider the linear-time model checking problem, i.e., whether the language of an ADB is contained in a regular language, and show that the model checking problem is PSPACE-complete.; Comment: Full version