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By Shigeki Akiyama (auth.), Kenji Nagasaka, Etienne Fouvry (eds.)

Contents: S. Akiyama: On a undeniable sum of lines of Hecke operators.- J.-P. Allouche, P. Flajolet, M. Mendès France: Algebraically self sufficient formal strength sequence: A language concept interpretation.- J.-P. Allouche, J. Shallit: Sums of digits and the Hurwitz zeta function.- D. Bertrand: Transcendental equipment in mathematics geometry.- G. Christol:Globally bounded strategies of differential equations.- E. Fouvry: Nombres presque premiers dans les petits intervalles.- E. Fouvry, G. Tenenbaum: Diviseurs de Titchmarsh des entiers sans grand facteur premier.- A. Fujii: Uniform distributions of the zeros of the Riemann zeta functionality and the suggest price theorems of Dirichlet L-functions (II).- K. Goto, T. Kano: a few stipulations on uniform distribution of monotone sequences.- T. Harase: Algebraic dependence of formal strength series.- G. Henniart: Une conséquence de l. a. théorie du changement de base pour GL(n).- K. Horie, M. Horie: at the exponents of excellent category teams of CM-fields.- M. Ishibashi, S. Kanemitsu: a few asymptotic formulation of Ramanujan.- N. Kurokawa: Analyticity of Dirichlet sequence over top powers.- K. Matsumoto: Value-distribution of zeta-functions.- S. Mizumoto: Integrality of severe values of triple product L-functions.- T. Oda: a number of Hecke sequence for class-1 Whittaker capabilities on GL(n) over p-adic fields.- Programme of the Symposium.

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Intuitively, the presence of such two occurrences of a left-hand side reveals a cyclic behaviour and applying the folding rule one avoids to unfold the corresponding infinite path. While guaranteeing finiteness, the folding operation causes a loss of information in a way that the resulting structure over-approximates the behaviour of the original system: every graph reachable in the original grammar G corresponds to a marking which is reachable in the covering and every valid derivation in G corresponds to a valid firing sequence in the covering (but not vice versa).

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