Strictly 2-local languages, Theory of Computation

The fundamental idea of strictly local languages is that they are speci?ed solely in terms of the blocks of consecutive symbols that occur in a word. We'll start by considering languages that can be speci?ed in terms of adjacent pairs of symbols.

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