## finite automata, Theory of Computation

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design an automata for strings having exactly four 1''s

#### Sketch an algorithm to recognize the language, First model: Computer has a ...

First model: Computer has a ?xed number of bits of storage. You will model this by limiting your program to a single ?xed-precision unsigned integer variable, e.g., a single one-by

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#### CNF, S-->AAA|B A-->aA|B B-->epsilon

S-->AAA|B A-->aA|B B-->epsilon

#### How to solve the checking problem, The objective of the remainder of this a...

The objective of the remainder of this assignment is to get you thinking about the problem of recognizing strings given various restrictions to your model of computation. We will w

#### Give a strictly 2-local automaton, Let L 3 = {a i bc j | i, j ≥ 0}. Give ...

Let L 3 = {a i bc j | i, j ≥ 0}. Give a strictly 2-local automaton that recognizes L 3 . Use the construction of the proof to extend the automaton to one that recognizes L 3 . Gi

#### Union, Intuitively, closure of SL 2 under intersection is reasonably easy ...

Intuitively, closure of SL 2 under intersection is reasonably easy to see, particularly if one considers the Myhill graphs of the automata. Any path through both graphs will be a

#### Nfas with e-transitions, We now add an additional degree of non-determinism...

We now add an additional degree of non-determinism and allow transitions that can be taken independent of the input-ε-transitions. Here whenever the automaton is in state 1

#### Numerical integration, what problems are tackled under numerical integratio...

what problems are tackled under numerical integration

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#### Finiteness problem for regular languages, The fact that the Recognition Pro...

The fact that the Recognition Problem is decidable gives us another algorithm for deciding Emptiness. The pumping lemma tells us that if every string x ∈ L(A) which has length grea  