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Lecture 16 Deterministic Turing Machine (DTM)

Lecture 16 Deterministic Turing Machine (DTM)

tape head Finite Control Lecture 16 Deterministic Turing Machine (DTM) e p h B a l a The tape has the left end but infinite to the right. It is divided into cells. Each cell contains a symbol in an alphabet Γ . There exists a special symbol B which represents the empty cell. a

By Gabriel
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Finite Automata

Finite Automata

Finite Automata. Finite Automaton. Input. String. Output. “Accept” or “Reject”. Finite Automaton. Transition Graph. initial state. accepting state. transition. state. Initial Configuration. Input String. Reading the Input. Input finished. accept. Rejection.

By andrew
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Finite Automata

Finite Automata

Finite Automata. CPSC 388 Ellen Walker Hiram College. Machine Model of Computation. Strings in the language are accepted Strings not in the language are rejected. Deterministic Finite Automaton. Accepts strings with an odd number of 1’s (e.g. 1011, 110111, 10, 01110). Parts of a DFA.

By alida
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Equivalence, DFA, NDFA

Equivalence, DFA, NDFA

Equivalence, DFA, NDFA. Sequential Machine Theory Prof. K. J. Hintz Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Lecture 2. Updated and modified by Marek Perkowski. Equivalence Relation on A. An Equivalence Relation (Not Relation ship ) Is Not an Equality Relation

By yanni
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One Minute To Learn Programming: Finite Automata

One Minute To Learn Programming: Finite Automata

a. b. b. a. a. b. a. a. b. b. One Minute To Learn Programming: Finite Automata. Let me teach you a programming language so simple that you can learn it in less than a minute. Meet “ABA” The Automaton!. a. b. b. a. a. a. b. a. b. b.

By shelby
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Computer Language Theory

Computer Language Theory

Computer Language Theory. Chapter 1: Regular Languages. Last updated 2/3/19. Chapter 1.1: Finite Automata. What is a Computer?. Not a simple question to answer precisely Computers are quite complicated We start with a computational model

By lave
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The Benefits of Exposing Calls and Returns

The Benefits of Exposing Calls and Returns

The Benefits of Exposing Calls and Returns. Rajeev Alur University of Pennsylvania. CONCUR/SPIN, August 2005. Software Model Checking. Control flow graph + Boolean vars (Pushdown automata). Observables. Predicate abstraction. Abstractor. Code. Model. Temporal logics/Automata

By qiana
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Chapter V: Compiler

Chapter V: Compiler

Overview: To study the design and operation of compiler for high-level programming languages. Contents Basic compiler (one-pass compiler) functions Machine-dependent extension : (object-code generation & code optimization)

By ivan
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CHAPTER 1 Regular Languages

CHAPTER 1 Regular Languages

CHAPTER 1 Regular Languages. Contents. Finite Automata (FA or DFA) definitions, examples, designing, regular operations Non-deterministic Finite Automata (NFA) definitions, equivalence of NFAs and DFAs, closure under regular operations Regular expressions

By xiang
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Part II Concepts

Part II Concepts

Part II Concepts. The structure of a design proof. A proof is a pyramid “Bricks” are assertions, models, etc … Each assertion rests on lower-level assertions. So what happens if we remove some bricks?. Specification. Abstract models and properties. Gates, transistors, etc .

By olisa
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Lecture #5, Jan. 23, 2006

Lecture #5, Jan. 23, 2006

Lecture #5, Jan. 23, 2006. Finite State automata Lexical analyzers NFAs DFAs NFA to DFA (the subset construction) Lex tools SML LEX. Assignments. Read the project description (link on the web page) which describes the Java like language we will build a compiler for.

By rania
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LESSON 10

LESSON 10

LESSON 10. Overview of Previous Lesson(s). Over View. Symbol tables are data structures that are used by compilers to hold information about source-program constructs. Information is put into the symbol table when the declaration of an identifier is analyzed.

By Jimmy
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Specification Techniques and Formal Specifications

Specification Techniques and Formal Specifications

Specification Techniques and Formal Specifications. System models are abstract descriptions of systems whose requirements are being analysed. Objectives To explain why specification modelling techniques help discover problems in system requirements To describe

By melba
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CHAPTER 1 Regular Languages

CHAPTER 1 Regular Languages

CHAPTER 1 Regular Languages. Contents. Finite Automata (FA or DFA) definitions, examples, designing, regular operations Non-deterministic Finite Automata (NFA) definitions, equivalence of NFAs and DFAs, closure under regular operations Regular expressions

By lucky
(135 views)

Finite Automata

Finite Automata

Finite Automata. Motivation An Example. Informal Explanation. Finite automata are finite collections of states with transition rules that take you from one state to another. Original application was sequential switching circuits, where the “state” was the settings of internal bits.

By napua
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Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Chapter 5. Finite Automata. 5.1 Finite State Automata. Capable of recognizing numerous symbol patterns, the class of regular languages Suitable for pattern - recognition type applications, such as the lexical analyzer of a compiler

By alma
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Lecture 16 Deterministic Turing Machine (DTM)

Lecture 16 Deterministic Turing Machine (DTM)

tape. head. Finite Control. Lecture 16 Deterministic Turing Machine (DTM). e. p. h. B. a. l. a.

By Audrey
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Why study compilers?

Why study compilers?

Why study compilers?. Ties lots of things you know together: Theory (finite automata, grammars) Data structures Modularization Utilization of software tools You might build a parser. The theory of computation/formal language still applies today.

By khuyen
(349 views)

Syntax Analysis

Syntax Analysis

=. ;. ==. 0. a. b. b. if. Syntax Analysis. Check syntax and construct abstract syntax tree Error reporting and recovery Model using context free grammars Recognize using Push down automata/Table Driven Parsers. What syntax analysis can not do!.

By jerzy
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CS375

CS375

CS375. Compilers Lexical Analysis 4 th February, 2010. Outline. Overview of a compiler. What is lexical analysis? Writing a Lexer Specifying tokens: regular expressions Converting regular expressions to NFA, DFA Optimizations. How It Works. Program representation. Source code

By weylin
(169 views)

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