Assignment1 - COMP 2805 Assignment 1 Due October 6 before 23:59 pm in the course drop box in Herzberg 3115 Assignment Policy Late assignments will

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COMP 2805 — Assignment 1 Due: October 6, before 23:59 pm, in the course drop box in Herzberg 3115. Assignment Policy: Late assignments will not be accepted. Students are encouraged to collaborate on assignments, but at the level of discussion only. When writing the solutions, they should do so in their own words. Past experience has shown conclusively that those who do not put adequate effort into the assignments do not learn the material and have a probability near 1 of doing poorly on the exams. Important note: When writing your solutions, you must follow the guidelines below. The answers should be concise, clear and neat. When presenting proofs, every step should be justified. Assignments should be stapled or placed in an unsealed envelope. Substantial departures from the above guidelines will not be graded. Another important note: When specifying a finite automaton, it is sufficient to draw the state diagram (because this diagram tells us what are the alphabet, the set of states,
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2011 for the course SCS COMP2805 taught by Professor Michielsmid during the Spring '11 term at Carleton CA.

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Assignment1 - COMP 2805 Assignment 1 Due October 6 before 23:59 pm in the course drop box in Herzberg 3115 Assignment Policy Late assignments will

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