Characterizing Attributed Tree Translations in Terms of Macro Tree Transducers

Kenji Hashimoto, Sebastian Maneth

It is well known that attributed tree transducers can be equipped with "regular look-around" in order to obtain a more robust class of translations. We present two characterizations of this class in terms of macro tree transducers (MTTs): the first one is a static restriction on the rules of the MTTs, where the MTTs need to be equipped with regular look-around. The second characterization is a dynamic one, where the MTTs only need regular look-ahead.

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