Decision problems of regular languages, Theory of Computation

We'll close our consideration of regular languages by looking at whether (certain) problems about regular languages are algorithmically decidable.

Posted Date: 3/21/2013 1:45:44 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Decision problems of regular languages, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Decision problems of regular languages, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Decision problems of regular languages Discussions

Write discussion on Decision problems of regular languages
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Let G be a graph with n > 2 vertices with (n2 - 3n + 4)/2 edges. Prove that G is connected.

https://www.google.com/search?q=The+fomula+n%3D%28x%3D0%29%2F%281%3D2%29.The+value+x%3D0+and+is+used+to+stop+the+algerithin.The+calculation+is+reapeated+using+values+of+x%3D0+is+in

Construct a PDA that accepts { x#y | x, y in {a, b}* such that x ? y and xi = yi for some i, 1 = i = min(|x|, |y|) }. For your PDA to work correctly it will need to be non-determin


A context free grammar G = (N, Σ, P, S)  is in binary form if for all productions A we have |α| ≤ 2. In addition we say that G is in Chomsky Normaml Form (CNF) if it is in bi

Computer has a single LIFO stack containing ?xed precision unsigned integers (so each integer is subject to over?ow problems) but which has unbounded depth (so the stack itself nev

how to understand DFA ?

distinguish between histogram and historigram


Suppose G = (N, Σ, P, S) is a reduced grammar (we can certainly reduce G if we haven't already). Our algorithm is as follows: 1. Define maxrhs(G) to be the maximum length of the