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I am fun of automata theory. Can you suggest good video lectures on the subject?

(there is a good one here, but it is accessible from RWTH University only)

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You might want to search the internet using the terms "automatic sequences" and "combinatorics on words" – Joel Reyes Noche Nov 15 '12 at 10:14
While it's not a video lecture, Wikipedia's page on infinitary automata ( ) should provide an excellent starting point with a number of terms to get you searching further and even a pointer to a slide show. – Steven Stadnicki Jan 22 '13 at 8:13

I found this lecture on Theory of Computation on youtube:

I also suggest you get the book of Michael Sipser -- Introduction to the Theory of Computation.

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if you have something about automata on infinite words, please share. and thanks for the link(i do have the book, yea, it is very good)! – Ayrat Mar 16 '12 at 13:27

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