math239-26052008

# If a is uniquely generated then φ a x 1 1 φ a x

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If A * is uniquely generated, then Φ A * ( x ) = 1 1 - Φ A ( x ) . Section 1 (C. Sloss) MATH 239: May 26, 2008

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Introduction to Binary Strings Unique generation 8. Examples of Unique Generation Questions Let A = { 00 , 001 , 10 , 110 } . Are the elements of A * uniquely generated? Let B = { 00 , 101 , 11 } . Are the elements of B * uniquely generated? { 0 , 1 , 11 } * is not uniquely generated, but { 0 , 1 , 11 } * = { 0 , 1 } * , which is uniquely generated. Section 1 (C. Sloss) MATH 239: May 26, 2008
Introduction to Binary Strings Unique generation Reading Assignment Read Section 2.4, pages 47-49 Try Question 1 in Section 2.5. Reading ahead : Remainder of Section 2.4 Section 1 (C. Sloss) MATH 239: May 26, 2008
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