AHS261:ContemporaryPhilosophy(HuiyuhlYi)1
Study Guide #8 (Fall 2016)
Truth Tables
Truth Functional Connectives
1. Truth function
A. We say the five logical connectives:
~
are truth functional because the truth value of a compound statement is a function o
CMPSC 464: Intro to Theory of Computation
Pennsylvania State University
Professor Sofya Raskhodnikova
January 22, 2016
Homework 2 Due Thursday, January 28, 2016 before the lecture
Please refer to the general information handout for the full homework polic
CMPSC 464: Intro to Theory of Computation
Pennsylvania State University
Professor Sofya Raskhodnikova
February 4, 2016
Homework 4 Due Thursday, February 11, 2016 before the lecture
Please refer to the general information handout for the full homework poli
CMPSC 464: Intro to Theory of Computation
Pennsylvania State University
Professor Sofya Raskhodnikova
January 28, 2016
Homework 3 Due Thursday, February 4, 2016 before the lecture
Please refer to the general information handout for the full homework polic
CMPSC 464: Intro to Theory of Computation
Pennsylvania State University
Professor Sofya Raskhodnikova
January 14, 2016
Homework 1 Due Thursday, January 21, 2016 before the lecture
Please refer to the general information handout for the full homework polic
CMPSC 464: Intro to Theory of Computation
Pennsylvania State University
Prof. Sofya Raskhodnikova
January 12, 2016
Homework 0 Due Thursday, January 14, 2016 before the lecture
Please refer to the general information handout for the full homework policy an
AHS261:ContemporaryPhilosophy(HuiyuhlYi)1
Study Guide #1 (Fall 2016)
Arguments
1. What is Logic?
A. Logic is the study of general principles or rules that govern good reasoning.
B. The subject matter of logic is called an argument. Hence, the notion of an
AHS261:ContemporaryPhilosophy(HuiyuhlYi)1
Study Guide #5 (Fall 2016)
Forms of an Argument
1. Form and Contents
A. We cant always determine whether a given argument is valid or not merely from the
truth values of the premises. This is because, validity is
AHS261:ContemporaryPhilosophy(HuiyuhlYi)1
Study Guide #1 (Fall 2016)
Arguments
1. Two Elements of an Argument
(1) Factual claim: the claim that the premises are true.
(2) Inferential claim: the claim that the premises support the conclusion.
An argument i
AHS261:ContemporaryPhilosophy(HuiyuhlYi)1
Study Guide #4 (Fall 2016)
Validity
1. Validity: the criterion used to evaluate the inferential claim of deductive arguments
A. Valid Argument: a deductive argument in which it is impossible for the premises to be
Chapter 3
Financial Decision Making and the Law of
One Price
3-3.
Suppose the current market price of corn is $3.75 per bushel. Your firm has a technology that
can convert 1 bushel of corn to 3 gallons of ethanol. If the cost of conversion is $1.60 per bu
Nonregular Languages
Sung Ju Hwang
Nonregular Languages
Certain languages cannot be recognized by any finite automaton.
Is the following language regular?
= 0 1 0
The machine needs to remember how many 0s have been seen so far, as it reads the
input. Sin
AHS261:ContemporaryPhilosophy(HuiyuhlYi)1
Study Guide #3 (Fall 2016)
Arguments
1. Two Kinds of Arguments
A. There are two fundamental types of arguments, deductive and inductive. The
difference between them is how strong the inferential claim is taken to
CSE 105: Introduction to the Theory of Computation, Spring 2003
Solutions of Problem Set 2 (Revised)
D. Micciancio
May 7, 2003
Solutions of Problem Set 2 (Revised)
2.1 Given the grammar G:
E E +T |T
T T F |F
F (E ) | a
Give the parse trees and derivations