COT 4210: Extra Credit Assignment
45 points
Due Date: Wednesday, April 23
Answer the following questions:
1. Let SET SPLITTING = cfw_< S, C >| S is a nite set and C = cfw_C1, C2, C3, . . . , Ck,
where C is a collection of subsets of S, for some k > 0, suc
COT 4210: Homework 4 Solution
50 points
Due Date: Thursday, April 10
1. (15 points) (Exercise 3.2 from Sipser) For the TM of Example 3.9 (page 173 in the
3rd edition), give the sequence of congurations that the TM enters when started with
the given input
COT 4210 Notes: Feb 26
February 26
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Chomsky Normal Form
Chomsky Normal Form (CNF) is one of several normal forms used for context-free grammars.
Every grammar in CNF follows a particular series of rules, making it a kind of canonical
version of a particu
COT4210:Exam1Review
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COT 4210 Notes: Lecture 7
January 30
1
Equivalence of regular expressions and regular languages
A language is regular if and only if some regular expression describes it. (Theorem 1.54 in
Sipser)
Initially, we dened regular languages as those languages th
COT 4210: Homework 3
65 points
Due Date: Thursday, March 27
1. Create a PDA for the language of strings over cfw_a, b that contain more as than bs.
Draw the transition diagram for it, and write down the following sets:
(a) The set of states
(b) The stack
COT 4210: Homework 2
65 points
Due Date: Tuesday, February 18
1. (12 points) Construct regular expressions for the following languages over = cfw_0, 1:
(a) cfw_w | w contains at least three 1s
(b) cfw_
(c) Strings that start and end with a 0 and contain t
COT 4210: Homework 1
Due Date: Monday, February 3
1. (7 points) Using the DFA transition table given here, draw the DFA state diagram.
What language does it recognize?
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COT 4210: Homework 3 Solution
65 points
April 14, 2014
1. (10 points) Create a PDA for the language of strings over cfw_a, b that contain more
as than bs. Draw the transition diagram for it, and write down the following sets:
(a) The set of states (1 poin
COT 4210 Homework 2 Solution
February 18, 2014
1. (12 points) Construct regular expressions for the following languages over = cfw_0, 1:
(a) cfw_w | w contains at least three 1s
1 1 1
Or equivalently, since = 0 + 1:
(0 + 1) 1(0 + 1) 1(0 + 1) 1(0 + 1)
(b)
COT 4210 Homework 1 Solution
February 3, 2014
1. This recognizes the language of strings that start with a, followed by 1 or more occurrences of b,
followed by 1 or more occurrences of c. This can be concisely expressed by the regex abb cc .
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COT 4210: Exam 2 Solution
65 points
Thursday, April 03, 2014
1. (16 points) For each of the languages in the list below, write down whether it is:
(A) Regular
(B) Context-free but not regular
(C) Not context-free
2 points for each correct answer
(a) The l
COT 4210: Exam 2 Review
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
The major focus for Exam 2 is the context-free languages. You should know how to do
the following:
1. Construct a PDA for a given language (section 2.2)
2. Construct a CFG for a given language (section 2.1)