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Lecture12-1_Part4 - For example An undirected graph G is...

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The input for a TM is always a string. If we want to give some other object, e.g. an automaton or a grammar, the object must be encoded as a string. Encoding can be straight forward.
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Unformatted text preview: For example: An undirected graph G , is encoded by specifying its nodes and its edges. G ’s encoding is denoted as . Objects as Input 4 G...
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