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Research has been done on the educational usage of JFLAP as well as using JFLAP as a tool in other research. Feel free to add descriptions of your research and how JFLAP was used or investigated by creating a new article as necessary.
 
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JFLAP is a useful tool for exploring formal languages in group theory. We use JFLAP to produce a Turing machine that accepts a language of normal geodesic forms for the horocyclic subgroup of BS(2,3). This language is provably non-context-free. The article is"Growth in Baumslag-Solitar groups I: subgroups and rationality", LMS Journal of Computation and Mathematics, Volume 14, pp 34--71. ( This open access article can be found at [http://journals.cambridge.org journals.cambridge.org] and JFLAP files found at [http://antares.sc.suu.edu/papers.html antares.sc.suu.edu/papers.html] )
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Research has been done on the educational usage of JFLAP as well as using JFLAP as a tool in other research. Feel free to add descriptions of your research and how JFLAP was used or investigated by creating a new article as necessary.


Research Project Link to New Article[]

JFLAP is a useful tool for exploring formal languages in group theory. We use JFLAP to produce a Turing machine that accepts a language of normal geodesic forms for the horocyclic subgroup of BS(2,3). This language is provably non-context-free. The article is"Growth in Baumslag-Solitar groups I: subgroups and rationality", LMS Journal of Computation and Mathematics, Volume 14, pp 34--71. ( This open access article can be found at journals.cambridge.org and JFLAP files found at antares.sc.suu.edu/papers.html )

Research Project Link to New Article[]

Brief Summary


Research Project Link to New Article[]

Brief Summary


Research Project Link to New Article[]

Brief Summary