The method of forced enumeration for nondeterministic automata
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Every family of languages, recognized by nondeterministic L(n) tape-bounded Turing machines, where L(n)≥logn, is closed under complement. As a special case, the family of context-sensitive languages is closed under complement. This solves the open problem from .
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