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S ¸ tef˘ anescu, J. Esparza, and A. Muscholl Constructing a Subautomaton Given an automaton A, ﬁnding a safe subautomaton A satisfying Σ(A ) = Σ, ID, and FD is NP-complete, so in the worst case this is exponentially expensive. In our experiments, we found two natural heuristics helpful in this problem: 1. [destructive] Starting with the initial automaton A, we remove states and transitions that prevent the properties of safety, ID and FD to hold. t. , removing q1 → q3 will solve the conﬂict); something similar for ID.
The following properties hold: C1 C C C2 ⇒ C1 ∧ C3 C ⇒ ∀Q : ΠQ (C ) 1 (a6) C2 ∧ C3 (a7) ΠQ (C) (a8) Distributed Constraint Solving with Monotonically Varying Constraints. Consider again our re-interpretation as distributed constraint solving. Now, instead of constraint Ci being given once and for all, we are given a set of Ci iﬀ constraints Ci ordered by . , the former reﬁnes the latter. , that the supremum of two constraints exists in Ci . Since all domains are ﬁnite, then Ci∞ = lim (Ci ) is well deﬁned.
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