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Cohen chapter 4
1. Let r1, r2, and r3 be three regular expressions. Show that the language associated with (r1
+ r2)r3 is the same as the language associated with r1r3 + r2r3. Show that r1(r2 + r3) is
equivalent to r1r2 + r1r3.
Theory of Automata
&
Formal Languages
BOOKS
Theory of computer Science: K.L.P.Mishra &
N.Chandrasekharan
Intro to Automata theory, Formal languages and
computation:
Ullman,Hopcroft
Motwani
Elements of theory of computation Lewis &
papadimitrou
Syllabus
In
Introduction to Automata
Introduction to Automata
Theory
Reading: Chapter 1
1
What is Automata Theory?
Study of abstract computing devices, or
machines
Automaton = an abstract computing device
A fundamental question in computer science:
Note: A device nee
Chapter 3
Automata Theory
3.1 Why Study Automata Theory?
The previous chapter provided an introduction into the theory of formal languages,
a topic dealing with the syntax structures found in any text-based interaction.
The current chapter will study diff
Automata Theory and
Languages
SITE :
http:/www.info.univ-tours.fr/mirian/
Automata Theory, Languages and Computation - Mrian Halfeld-Ferrari p. 1/1
Introduction to Automata Theory
Automata theory : the study of abstract computing devices, or machines
Befo