Closure Properties of Regular Languages -Automata

Closure Properties of Regular Languages We use the term “Closure” when we talk about sets of things. If we have two regular languages L1 and L2, and L is obtained by applying certain operations on L1, L2 then L is also regular. Consider an Example: Let us take a set...

Automata Regular Expressions

Regular Expressions Regular expressions are also referred as rational expressions, which are used to describe the algebraic description of regular languages. It is generally a sequence of characters that is used to find a string in language. Regular expressions play...

Pumping Lemma for Regular Languages – Automata

Pumping Lemma for Regular Languages The language accepted by the finite automata is called Regular Language. If we are given a language L and asked whether it is regular or not? So, to prove a given Language L is not regular we use a method called Pumping Lemma. The...

Derivation Tree of Context Free Grammar – Automata

Derivation Tree of Context Free Grammar Derivation tree gives a way to show how a string can be derived from context free grammar. It is also called as parse tree, production tree, and syntax tree. The interior nodes of derivation tree are labeled with variables and...

Simplification of Context Free Grammar – Automata

Simplification of Context Free Grammar Context Free Grammar has recursive structure. The languages that are accepted with Context Free Grammar are called Context Free Languages. Context Free Grammar has one condition for production rules, i.e., on the left-hand side...

Context Free Grammar – Automata

Context Free Grammar Grammar defines a set of rules, and with the help of these rules valid sentences in a language are constructed. A grammar consists of collection of substitution rules, which are also called production rules. Context Free Grammar have recursive...

Ambiguity in Context Free Grammar – Automata

Ambiguity in Context Free Grammar? Context Free Grammar Context Free Grammar has one condition for production rules, which is, on the left-hand side of each rule, there must be only single variable, and on the right-hand side there may be a combination of variables...

Chomsky’s Normal Form – Automata

Chomsky’s Normal Form (CNF) In context free grammar, the left-hand side of production rules contains only one variable, and right side may contain any number of variables or terminals in production rule. The production rules in context free grammar are in the...

Conversion from Mealy Machine to Moore Machine

Conversion from Mealy Machine to Moore Machine In this topic, we will see different ways that are used for the conversion of Mealy Machine to Moore Machine. Moore Machine The output of Moore machine depends only on the present state of the machine. In Moore Machine,...

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