Finite State Automata (FSA) with Output, Turing
Machines
Lecture Notes - week 12
1: FSA w/ output - Definition and Example 1
2: FSA w/ output - Example 2
3: FSA w/ output - Example 3
4: Definition - How does one FSA w/ output recognize (accept) a Language
Finite State Automata with NO output
( Lecture Notes - week 11 )
1: Finite State Automata (FSA) with NO output - Definition
2: FSA - An Example
3: FSA - The Example di-graph
4: Language - Definition, an Example
5: Regular Expression - definition
6: Regula
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When Euler Met lHopital
WILLIAM DUNHAM
Muhlenberg College
Allentown, PA 18104
wdunham@muhlenberg.edu
We begin with a disclaimer: Leonhard Euler, born in Basel in 1707, never actually met
the multiply-named Guillaume Francois Antoin
Inha University in Tashkent
LINEAR ALGEBRA
Final Examination Preparation
COMPREHEMSIVE TEST
Fall Semester
J. Park
Nov. 29, 2015
POINTS
ATTENDENCE
5
HOMEWORK
15
MIDTERM
40
FINAL
60
TOTAL
120
Part I. Invertible matrix
.
find the inverse of by Gauss-Jo
The Helen of Geometry
John Martin
doi:10.4169/074683410X475083
John Martin (jmartin@santarosa.edu) received his BA in
math from Humboldt State College (1973) and his MA from
USC (1978). He teaches at Santa Rosa Junior College in
Santa Rosa CA where he has
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Envelopes and String Art
GREGORY QUENELL
Plattsburgh State University
Plattsburgh, NY 12901
gregory.quenell@plattsburgh.edu
A familiar problem
For each [0, 1] let be the line segment in R2 connecting the point (, 0) with
the point
A Geometric Approach to Determinants
Author(s): John Hannah
Source: The American Mathematical Monthly, Vol. 103, No. 5 (May, 1996), pp. 401-409
Published by: Mathematical Association of America
Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.org/stable/2974931
Accessed: 16-0
SOLUTION
Linear Algebra
Fall, 2015
Show all your work neatly.
NO DETAILS, NO POINTS
1. Dimension Theory.
Let be a matrix such that
Find
(1) Find a basis of Row space of ,
(2) Find a basis of Nullspace of ,
and (3) Find .
Note that
Linear Algebra
Fall 2015
Inha University in Thashkent
Solution
Linear Algebra
J. Park
October 19, 2015
No point without solving process.
PART I. Algorithm
1. Find a general solution of the linear system
and list a set of vectors that span the soluti
Question 1 [F5151 with N0 output digraph]
Let M he the automaton with the following input set A, state set S with initial state 5'1): and accepting
(yes") state set Y:
1'1 = cfw_12, if, S = [5"], S], 32, Y = cfw_31
Suppose next state mclicn F ch is give