Introduction to Formal Languages
Accessible introduction to mainstream formal language theory: operations on languages, context-sensitive languages, automata, syntax analysis, derivation languages, much more. Worked examples. Exercises.
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algorithm applied assume automata catenation cell Chomsky normal form Church-Turing thesis cod(W completes the proof computation construction contains context-free grammar context-free language context-sensitive grammar Corollary corresponding defined Definition denoted derivation graph derivation in G derivation tree derivation word dom(W empty equivalent grammar Figure finite number formal languages given in Example grammar G Greibach normal form Hence homomorphism implies induction hypothesis initial symbol input symbol input tape input word Kuroda normal form left recursive left-hand side leftmost derivation Lemma length-increasing LL(k LR(k node nondeterministic Turing machine nonterminal symbols number of moves number of steps occur parsing procedure pushdown automaton pushdown store read-write head recursively enumerable languages regular expression represented rewriting rules rewriting system right-hand side rightmost rules in F sequence of moves shown simulated stack string subsets terminal symbols Theorem theory two-pushdown automaton type 0 grammar type 0 languages variables VN U VT X-free
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