Model Networks
Outline
Introduction Basic Concepts Data-Structure Diagrams General Relationships Mapping of Networks to Files Modified Ring Structures Two Data-Structure Diagrams The OSL Model Seven layers of the OSI model
Model Networks
The network m
CSC 6500
Languages, Automata and Computations
Fall 2015
Homework 3 (Due October 5, 2015)
Q. 1 Maximum score 50
Write a code in a high-level language (C+, C# or Java or ?) for the automaton on the
blackboard which accepts keywords (cat,bat,cab). Create an
CSC 6500 Theory of Languages, Automata and Computation
Homework #1 (Due September 21, 2015)
Fall 2015
Q. 1 Maximum score = 20
For a alphabet consisting of cfw_a,b, give a CFG generating language with twice as many
as as bs.
Q. 2 Maximum score = 20
For L =
CSC 6500 Theory of Languages, Automata and Computation Fall 2015
Homework #5 (Due November 2, 2015) correct numbering
Q. 1. Maximum score 100 (part (a) = 25, part (b) = 25, and part (c) = 50)
For every x[0,1]*, let val(x) be the natural number for which x
CSC 6500
Theory of Languages, Automata and Computation Fall 2015
Homework #1 (Solution)
Q. 1 SbSaa|aaSb|aSbSa|SS|
Q. 2 This one is very similar to anbncn. The only difference is that we will churn out bs in pairs and cs in
triples each time we expand S. S
CSC 6500
Languages, Automata and Computations
Fall 2015
Homework 4 (Due October 26, 2015)
Note: You must work these problems on your own with no help from a book, Internet, or a classmate. This
is the only way you will learn the material.
Q. 1. Maximum sc
CSC 6500 Theory of Languages, Automata and Computation Winter 2017
Homework #1 solution
Q. 1 (a) S AaAaA; A bA|
The first production generates two a's. The second production generates any number of b's in any position between
and on both sides of the two