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Given language L = strings starting with 'a'. Sigma(Alphabet) = {a,b} DFA: It should only accept the given language and reject other languages. Therefore only strings starting with 'a' MUST be accepted by the DFA, and the strings starting with 'b' MUST ... and Regular expressions are not correctly defined by me, can you please define all these clearly so that it becomes easy to distinguish them.
asked Jun 12 in Theory of Computation akshansh 15 points 5 views
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if language is finite then dfa possible irrespective of comparison between symbols exist or not.is it true??
asked Jun 8 in Theory of Computation promise 5 points 7 views
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What is the NFA that does not accept strings ending “101” ?
asked Apr 7 in Theory of Computation shri385 5 points 16 views
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Construct a right-linear grammar for L((aab)*a) . Make the corresponding NFA for it also. I tried grammar as- Vo → aV1 V1→ ab | ϵ But I’m not sure, Please help me out . Here is the NFA I tried https://app.box.com/s/yg1yvmu7zkyjqzbku71f5aueabk3kcin
asked Jan 16 in Theory of Computation kirtipurohit 15 points 46 views
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Construct the minimal DFA for the following $\epsilon$ NFA NOTE: No need to give a complete explanation. Just provide me the final answer whatever you are getting means the number of states and the name of the states.
asked Sep 21, 2020 in Theory of Computation KUSHAGRA गुप्ता 1.4k points 39 views
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S1: Epsilon nfa has more than one initial state S2: Nfa has more than one initial state Which of the above is true and which of the above is false?
asked Jul 15, 2020 in Theory of Computation Hrishi00 5 points 39 views
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For every NFA with arbitrary number of final states, there is a equivalent NFA with only one final state. true/false
asked Nov 8, 2019 in Theory of Computation amit166 87 points 30 views
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Given An arbitary non-deterministic finite automation with N states,the maximum numer of states in an equivalent minimized DFA is atleast?
asked Aug 19, 2019 in Theory of Computation bibin765 9 points 26 views
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Q: find the NFA that accepts -: $L((a+b)a^*)\cap L(baa^*)$ Answer $L((a+b)a^*)∩ L(baa^*) = L(b(a^+))$ NFA is : A,B,C three states, C is the final state A on “b” goes to B B on “a” goes to C C on “a” goes to C ie a*
asked Jul 28, 2019 in Theory of Computation shaktisingh 103 points 53 views
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