## toc, Theory of Computation

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how to understand DFA ?

#### Design and implementation of the state machine, You are required to design ...

You are required to design a system that controls the speed of a fan's rotation. The speed at which the fan rotates is determined by the ambient temperature, i.e. as the temperatur

#### What is chomsky''s classification of grammar, Explain the Chomsky's classif...

Explain the Chomsky's classification of grammar

#### Computation of a dfa or nfa, Computation of a DFA or NFA without ε-transiti...

Computation of a DFA or NFA without ε-transitions An ID (q 1 ,w 1 ) computes (qn,wn) in A = (Q,Σ, T, q 0 , F) (in zero or more steps) if there is a sequence of IDs (q 1

#### Decision Theroy, spam messages h= 98%, m= 90%, l= 80% non spam h=12%, m = 8...

spam messages h= 98%, m= 90%, l= 80% non spam h=12%, m = 8%, l= 5% The organization estimates that 75% of all messages it receives are spam messages. If the cost of not blocking a

#### Myhill-nerode, Theorem (Myhill-Nerode) A language L ⊆ Σ is recognizable iff...

Theorem (Myhill-Nerode) A language L ⊆ Σ is recognizable iff ≡L partitions Σ* into ?nitely many Nerode equivalence classes. Proof: For the "only if" direction (that every recogn

#### Local and recognizable languages, We developed the idea of FSA by generaliz...

We developed the idea of FSA by generalizing LTk transition graphs. Not surprisingly, then, every LTk transition graph is also the transition graph of a FSA (in fact a DFA)-the one

#### #turing machine, #can you solve a problem of palindrome using turing machin...

#can you solve a problem of palindrome using turing machine with explanation and diagrams?

#### Automata and compiler, Automata and Compiler (1) [25 marks] Let N be the...

Automata and Compiler (1) [25 marks] Let N be the last two digits of your student number. Design a finite automaton that accepts the language of strings that end with the last f

#### Turing machine, explain turing machine .

explain turing machine .

#### Finite languages and strictly local languages, Theorem The class of ?nite l...

Theorem The class of ?nite languages is a proper subclass of SL. Note that the class of ?nite languages is closed under union and concatenation but SL is not closed under either. N  