Biography

Professor


MSc, PhD (Bucharest)


Dr. Câmpeanu researches the theory of computing and works to describe efficiently a complex object by providing consistent information and eliminating redundancies. This philosophy, to compress information, carries through to his investigations into languages which may result in improved software packages that could be written faster and with fewer errors.

Recent Publications

Nondeterministic tree width of regular languages

Descriptional complexity of formal systems, 2015

Descriptional complexity in encoded blum static complexity spaces

International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science, 2014

Distinguishability operation on regular languages

ArXiv, 2014

Simplifying nondeterministic finite cover automata

arXiv, 2014

On the intersection of regex languages with regular languages

Formal Languages and Applications: A Collection of Papers in Honor of Sheng Yu, 2009

Research Classification

  • No classification given

Research Interests

  • Theory of computation: formal Languages, automata and transducers
  • Descriptional complexity, decidability, and computability
  • Algorithmic Information Theory
  • Kolmogorov-Chaitin complexity
  • Bioinformatics and DNA Computation
  • Discrete mathematics in relation to computer science
  • Efficient implementation of algorithms
  • Quantum computing

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