CS / Automata and Formal LanguagesThese are my lecture notes from CS Design and Analysis of Algo- rithms, a one-semester graduate course I taught at Cornell for three consec- utive fall semesters from '88 to ' The course serves a dual purpose: to cover core material in algo Du kanske gillar. Human Compatible Stuart Russell Inbunden. Automata and Computability e-bok av Dexter C Kozen.
Automata & Computability DFA Concepts - automata theory and formal languages
Automata and Computability
Automata are formal— mostly restricted— models of computation. We will cover automata as specifications of formal languages and as restricted models of computation in their own right. We will primarily discuss three such automata, finite automata, pushdown automata, and turing machines, alongside their respective classes of formal languages, regular expressions, context-free languages, and recursively enumerable languages. We will use these models as touchstones for discussing issues of expressivity and computability more broadly. We will employ three programming projects to ground the theory covered in concrete implementations and to explore its applications such as lexing and parsing algorithms. The goal of CS is to build on CS in arming students with the ability to reason precisely and formally; to cover specific restricted models of computation and formal grammars that are standard and ubiquitous in the field; and to introduce undecidability and the fundamental limits of computation.
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