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By Petr Hájek (auth.), Georg Gottlob, Etienne Grandjean, Katrin Seyr (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the strictly refereed post-workshop court cases of the twelfth foreign Workshop on machine technology good judgment, CSL '98, held because the Annual convention of the eu organization on computing device technology common sense in Brno, Czech Republic in August 1998.
The 25 revised complete papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen in the course of rounds of reviewing and revision. additionally integrated are 3 reviewed invited papers. The papers span the entire scope of machine technology good judgment and mathematical foundations and characterize the cutting-edge within the region.

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16 45. T. Schwentick. Graph connectivity and monadic NP. In Proc. 35th IEEE Symp. on Foundations of Computer Science, pages 614–622, 1994. 22, 24 46. T. Schwentick. On winning Ehrenfeucht games and monadic NP. Doktorarbeit, Universit¨ at Mainz, 1994. 23 28 Thomas Schwentick 47. T. Schwentick. Graph connectivity, monadic NP and built-in relations of moderate degree. In Proc. 22nd International Colloq. on Automata, Languages, and Programming, pages 405–416, 1995. 22 48. T. Schwentick. On winning Ehrenfeucht games and monadic NP.

All linear orders. Descriptive Complexity, Lower Bounds and Linear Time 23 at least distance d in the finite structure with universe {1, . . 13 If built-in relations (Rn )n≥1 are separated they do not enable MESO to characterize Graph Connectivity. The recent results of Kreidler and Seese make use of the fact that this still holds, if (Rn )n≥1 become separated after deleting a constant number of elements. More precisely, call built-in relations (Rn )n≥1 kseparable, if they have the following property.

On time versus space. Journal of the ACM, 24(2):332–337, April 1977. 9 32. Neil Immerman. Descriptive Complexity. Graduate Texts in Computer Science. Springer-verlag, New York, 1998. 10 33. M. Kreidler and D. Seese. Monadic NP and built-in trees. In Proceedings CSL 96, volume 1258 of LNCS, pages 260–274. Springer-Verlag, 1997. 22, 22 34. Martin Kreidler and Detlef Seese. Monadic NP and graph minors. CSL ’98, 1998. 22, 22 35. Clemens Lautemann, Nicole Schweikardt, and Thomas Schwentick. A logical characterization of nondeterministic linear time on Turing machines.

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