Hmk1-Crit - 2 pts for an example NFA 2 pts for showing the...

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COT 4210 Homework #1 Grading Criteria 1) 6 pts total All transitions: 3 pts total – give partial as you see fit Labeling accept states: 2 pts, 1 for each Start state label: 1 pt 2) 10 pts 1 pt for having 6 states 1 pt for having the start and accept state labeled 8 pts for transitions 3) 10 pts 1 pt for start state label, 1 pt for accept state label, 8 pts for transitions 4) 10 pts 1 pt for start state label 1 pt for accept state label 8 pts for transitions 5) 10 pts 2 pts for use of formal language 1 pt for idea of adding new accept state 3 pts for adding epsilon transitions from old accepts to new 4 pts for proof of equivalence 6) 6 pts
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Unformatted text preview: 2 pts for an example NFA 2 pts for showing the new NFA when switching states 2 pts for proving that this new one doesnt accept the complement of L. 7) 10 pts 2 pts for each one, give partial if you would like 8) 8 pts Proportionally take off points for mistakes. Go easy on missing epsilon transitions (just one off total for all of these) 9) 12 pts 5 pts for first rip, 4 pts for second rip, 3 pts for third rip 10) 9 pts For each part, 1 pt for choosing the string, 1 pt for trying all splits, 1 pt for finding a string that doesnt work. 11) 9 pts 1 pt for working out each split...
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2011 for the course COT 4210 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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