## regular expression, Theory of Computation

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#### Kleenes theorem, All that distinguishes the de?nition of the class of Regul...

All that distinguishes the de?nition of the class of Regular languages from that of the class of Star-Free languages is that the former is closed under Kleene closure while the lat

#### Merging nodes, Another striking aspect of LTk transition graphs is that the...

Another striking aspect of LTk transition graphs is that they are generally extremely ine?cient. All we really care about is whether a path through the graph leads to an accepting

#### Automata, automata of atm machine

automata of atm machine

#### Third model of computation, Computer has a single LIFO stack containing ?xe...

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

#### Strictly local languages, While the SL 2 languages include some surprising...

While the SL 2 languages include some surprisingly complex languages, the strictly 2-local automata are, nevertheless, quite limited. In a strong sense, they are almost memoryless

#### Myhill graphs, Another way of representing a strictly 2-local automaton is ...

Another way of representing a strictly 2-local automaton is with a Myhill graph. These are directed graphs in which the vertices are labeled with symbols from the input alphabet of

#### Ardens theorem, how is it important

how is it important

#### Emptiness problem, The Emptiness Problem is the problem of deciding if a gi...

The Emptiness Problem is the problem of deciding if a given regular language is empty (= ∅). Theorem 4 (Emptiness) The Emptiness Problem for Regular Languages is decidable. P

#### D c o, Prove xy+yz+ýz=xy+z

Prove xy+yz+ýz=xy+z

#### Pumping lemma constant, a) Let n be the pumping lemma constant. Then if L i...

a) Let n be the pumping lemma constant. Then if L is regular, PL implies that s can be decomposed into xyz, |y| > 0, |xy| ≤n, such that xy i z is in L for all i ≥0. Since the le