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Such courses in London are quite short, and the course consisted essentially of the material in the?. See details. Buy It Now. Add to cart. Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Product Information "Based on the author's lecture notes for a master's course, this text combines formal languages, automata theory and groups, a thriving research area that has developed extensively over the last twenty-five years. Chapter 1 begins with languages defined by Chomsky grammars and the idea of machine recognition, contains a discussion of Turing machines, and includes work on finite state automata and the languages they recognise.
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The following chapters then focus on topics such as recursive functions and predicates; recursively enumerable sets of natural numbers; and the group theoretic connections with language theory, including a brief introduction to automatic groups. Additional Product Features Number of Volumes. Grammars and Machine Recognition. Recursive Functions. Recursively Enumerable Sets and Languages. Context-free language.
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Most books on formal languages and automata are written for undergraduates in computer science; in contrast, this book provides a rigorous text aimed at the postgraduate-level mathematician with precise definitions and clear and succinct proofs This book examines the interplay between group theory and formal languages and is the first to include an account of the significant Muller-Schupp theorem Includes a clear account of deterministic, context-free languages and their connection with LR k grammars A complete solutions manual is available to lecturers via the Web see more benefits.
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Highlights include: A comprehensive study of context-free languages and pushdown automata in Chapter Four, in particular a clear and complete account of the connection between LR k languages and deterministic context-free languages. A solutions manual is available to instructors via www. Show all. From the reviews: "This short work by Chiswell … covers formal languages, automata theory, and the word problem in group theory. Pages