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By Maxime Crochemore, Christophe Hancart, Thierry Lecroq

This article and reference on string techniques and development matching offers examples with regards to the automated processing of common language, to the research of molecular sequences and to the administration of textual databases. Algorithms are defined in a C-like language, with correctness proofs and complexity research, to cause them to able to enforce. The e-book may be a major source for college kids and researchers in theoretical computing device technological know-how, computational linguistics, computational biology, and software program engineering.

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In the case where pref [i − f ] > g − i, x[0 . g − i − 1] = x[i − f . g − f − 1] = x[i . g − 1], and x[g − i] = x[g − f ] = x[g]. We have thus pref [i] = g − i. In the case where pref [i − f ] = g − i, we have x[g − i] = x[g − f ] and x[g − f ] = x[g], therefore we cannot decide on the result of the comparison between x[g − i] and x[g]. Extra letter comparisons are necessary and we conclude that pref [i] = g − i + . In the computation of pref , we initialize the variable g to 0 to simplify the writing of the code of the function Prefixes, and we leave f initially undefined.

We have thus pref [i] = g − i. In the case where pref [i − f ] = g − i, we have x[g − i] = x[g − f ] and x[g − f ] = x[g], therefore we cannot decide on the result of the comparison between x[g − i] and x[g]. Extra letter comparisons are necessary and we conclude that pref [i] = g − i + . In the computation of pref , we initialize the variable g to 0 to simplify the writing of the code of the function Prefixes, and we leave f initially undefined. The first step of the computation consists thus in determining pref [1] by letter comparisons.

This gives the following result. 21 When m = |X| is no more than the length of a machine word, the operation Short-strings-search(X, m, y) executes in time (|y| + card A) with an extra memory space (card A). 6 Borders and prefixes tables In this section, we present two fundamental methods for locating efficiently patterns or for searching for regularities in strings. There are two tables, the table of borders and the table of prefixes, that both store occurrences of prefixes of a string that occur inside itself.

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