Syllabus - CISC 303 Automata Theory Spring 2009 Instructor:...

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CISC 303 Automata Theory Spring 2009 Instructor: Timo K¨ otzing (tkoe@udel.edu) Time/Classroom: MWF, 12:20PM-1:10PM, 235 Purnell Hall. Instructor’s Office Hours (Room 102 Smith Hall): Thursday, 2:30-4:30. Additional times may be arranged with the instructor if needed. Special Sessions re HW and MidTerm Solutions 1 : Tuesday, 12:30-1:20, McKinly Lab 051; and Wednesday, 11:15-12:05, Smith 426. Course Homepage 2 : http://www.cis.udel.edu/ ~ koetzing Goals : Present the basic elements of automata and formal language theory and provide the background for more advanced applications in such diverse areas as compilers, computer networks, operat- ing systems, and natural language processing. Main Topics : Regular Languages: deterministic finite automata, non-deterministic finite automata, pumping and regular expressions. Context Free Languages: pushdown automata, deterministic pushdown automata, pump- ing and normal forms. Introduction to Turing Machines. Text book
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Syllabus - CISC 303 Automata Theory Spring 2009 Instructor:...

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