A novel learning algorithm for Büchi automata based on family of DFAs and classification trees

Information and Computation(2021)

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Abstract
In this paper, we propose a novel algorithm to learn a Büchi automaton from a teacher who knows an ω-regular language. The learned Büchi automaton can be a nondeterministic Büchi automaton or a limit deterministic Büchi automaton. The learning algorithm is based on learning a formalism called family of DFAs (FDFAs) recently proposed by Angluin and Fisman. The main catch is that we use a classification tree structure instead of the standard observation table structure. The worst case storage space required by our algorithm is quadratically better than that required by the table-based algorithm proposed by Angluin and Fisman. We implement the proposed learning algorithms in the learning library ROLL (Regular Omega Language Learning), which also consists of other complete ω-regular learning algorithms available in the literature. Experimental results show that our tree-based learning algorithms have the best performance among others regarding the number of solved learning tasks.
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Büchi automata,Learning algorithm,Automata learning,Observation table,Family of DFAs,Classification tree,L⁎
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