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V. A. Emerson, and P. Gupta automaton. Note that, for a method operating on a tree, the automaton deterministically chooses a path in the tree, and trivially accepts along all other branches. Remark: Our approach can be extended to handle methods that perform a bounded number of passes over the input graph. The basic idea is to encode the changes for each pass in the composite graph. Assuming that we make at most k destructive passes, the composite graph is represented as a k-tuple, Gc = (G0 , G1 , .
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