By Masami Ito, Yuji Kobayashi, Kunitaka Shoji
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A morphism of ω-semigroups (S, V ) → (S , V ) is a pair of functions (hS , hV ) such that hS is a semigroup morphism S → S , hV is a mapping V → V , and hS and hV jointly preserve the action: hS (s)hV (v) = hV (sv) for all s ∈ S and v ∈ V , moreover, hS (s0 )hS (s1 ) · · · = hV (s0 s1 · · · ) for all s0 , s1 , . . , morphisms preserve the infinite product. Morphisms of ω-monoids necessarily preserve the multiplicative identity of the monoid component. An important example of an ω-semigroup is (Σ+ , Σω ), where Σ is a set, called an alphabet, Σ+ is the free semigroup of all finite nonempty words over Σ, Σω is the set of all ω-words over Σ, and the action of Σ+ on Σω is defined by concatenation, so that for any u ∈ Σ+ and x ∈ Σω , ux is the ω-word with a prefix u and corresponding tail x.
Special thanks to G´ abor Bal´ azsfalvi for developing the software discussed in Section 6 and Heiko Stamer for his important observations and criticism. References 1. A. Atanasiu: A class of coders based on gsm. Acta Informatica, 29 (1992), 779–791. 2. D. Angluin : Inference of reversible languages. J Assoc. Comput. , 29 (1982), 741-765. July 16, 2010 10:10 WSPC - Proceedings Trim Size: 9in x 6in 02 31 3. F. Bao: Cryptoanalysis of partially known cellular automata. IEEE Trans. on Computers, 53 (2004), 1493–1497.
Then we extend (hS , hV ) to a morphism of ω-semigroups ∗ ω (hS , hV ) : (Σ+ 0 , Σ0 ∆ ∪ Σ0 ) → (S, V ). It is clear that the kernel of hΣ is included in the kernel of hS . 1, the kernel of h∆ is included in the kernel of hV . Thus there is a unique ω-semigroup morphism (hS , hV ) : (Σ∗ , Σ∗ ∆⊥ ∪ Σω ) → (S, V ) such that hS ◦ hΣ = hS and hV ◦ h∆ = hV . It is clear that hS ( ) = hS (hΣ (σ0 )) = hS (σ0 ) = 1. Thus, (hS , hV ) is the unique extension of (hS , hV ) to an ω-monoid morphism. May 14, 2010 9:42 WSPC - Proceedings Trim Size: 9in x 6in 03 38 3.
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