# Search results for: Valérie Berthé

Journal of Symbolic Computation > 2018 > 85 > C > 72-107

Theoretical Computer Science > 2017 > 684 > C > 3-28

Topology and its Applications > 2016 > 205 > C > 47-57

Journal of Symbolic Computation > 2016 > 74 > C > 425-474

Lecture Notes in Computer Science > Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science 2005 > Papers > 131-143

*S*= (

*L*,Σ,<) where (Σ,<) is a totally ordered alphabet and

*L*a regular language over Σ; the associated numeration is defined as follows: by enumerating the words of the regular language

*L*over Σ with respect to the induced genealogical ordering, one obtains a one-to-one correspondence between ℕ and

*L*. Furthermore, when the language

*L*is assumed to be...

Lecture Notes in Computer Science > Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery > Models for Discrete Geometry > 47-58

*u*

_{1},

*u*

_{2},

*u*

_{3}) with coprime nonnegative integer coordinates. This generation method is based on generalized three-dimensional...

Lecture Notes in Computer Science > Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery > Reconstruction and Recognition > 276-286

*β*(a,b,c,

*μ*,

*ω*) is the set of integer points (x,y,z)∈ ℤ satisfying 0 ≤

*ax*+

*by*+

*cz*+

*μ*<

*ω*. In the case

*ω*=max(|a|,|b|,|c|),the discrete plane is said naive and is well-known to be functional on one of the coordinate planes, that is, for any point of

*P*of this coordinate plane, there exists a unique point in the discrete plane obtained by adding to

*P*a third coordinate. Naive planes...

Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra > 2015 > 219 > 7 > 2781-2798

Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra > 2015 > 219 > 7 > 2521-2537

Discrete Mathematics > 2015 > 338 > 5 > 725-742

Monatshefte für Mathematik > 2015 > 176 > 4 > 521-550

Advances in Applied Mathematics > 2014 > 54 > Complete > 27-65

Theoretical Computer Science > 2013 > 502 > Complete > 118-142

European Journal of Combinatorics > 2012 > 33 > 6 > 981-1000

Theoretical Computer Science > 2011 > 412 > 36 > 4757-4769

Discrete Mathematics > 2011 > 311 > 7 > 521-543

Advances in Mathematics > 2011 > 226 > 1 > 139-175