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It is obvious to me that this book will be one of the most important reference books for students, researchers and computer users for a long time. The first volume of the book Informatikai algoritmusok appeared in in Hungarian [ ], and the second volume of the book appeared in [ ]. Two volumes contained 31 chapters: The Hungarian version of the first volume contains those chapters which were finished until May ofand the second volume contains the chapters finished until April of The printed English version contains the chapters submitted until April of Volume 1 [ ] contains the chapters belonging to the fundamentals of informatics, while the second volume [ ] contains the chapters having closer connection with some applications.
The first and second volumes of the given book represent an extended and corrected electronic version of the printed book written is English. The third volume of the present book contains new chapters. The chapters of the first volume are divided into three parts. The chapters of Part 1 are connected with automata: The chapters of Part 2 have algebraic character: The chapters of the third part have numeric character: The second volume is also divided into three parts.
The chapters of Part 4 are connected with computer networks: The chapters of the third part of the second volume have close connections with biology: The first and second volumes contain verbal description, pseudocode and analysis of over algorithms, and over figures and examples illustrating how the algorithms work. Each section ends with exercises rweverything youtube each chapter ends with problems.
In the two volumes you can find over exercises and 70 problems. We have supplied an extensive bibliography, in the section Chapter Notes of each chapter. In the bibliography the names of the authors, garmin mapsource update and publishers are usually active links to ascii disko strassen firefox corresponding web sites the living elements are underlined in the printed version and ascii disko strassen firefox the screen too.
Using the data of the colofon page you can contact with any of the creators of the book. We welcome ideas for new exercises and problems, and also critical remarks or bug reports. The publication of the printed book was supported by Department of Mathematics of Hungarian Academy of Science, and the electronic version received support from European Union and from the European Social Fund. Automata and formal languages play an important role in projecting and realizing compilers. In the first section grammars and formal languages are defined.
The different grammars and languages are discussed based on Chomsky hierarchy. In the second section we deal in detail with the finite automata and the languages accepted by them, while in the third section the pushdown automata and the corresponding accepted languages are discussed. Finally, references from a rich bibliography are given. A finite and nonempty set of symbols is called an alphabet.
The elements of an alphabet are lettersbut sometimes are named also symbols. With the letters of an alphabet words ascii disko strassen firefox composed. If then is a word over the alphabet the letters are not necessary distinct. The number of letters of a word, with their multiplicities, constitutes the length of the word. If then the length of is If then the word is an empty wordwhich will be denoted by sometimes in other books.
Ascii disko strassen firefox set of words over the alphabet will be denoted by:. For the set of nonempty words over the notation will be used. The set of words of length over will be denoted byand Then. The words and are equal i.
We define in the binary operation called concatenation. The concatenation or product of the words and is the word. It is clear that This operation is associative but not commutative.
Its neutral element is because for all. We introduce the power operation. If then and for The reversal or mirror image of the word is. The reversal of sometimes is denoted by or. It is clear that and. Word is a prefix of the word if there exists a word such that. If then is a proper prefix of.
Similarly is a suffix of if there exists a word such that. The proper suffix can also be defined. Ascii disko strassen firefox is a subword of the word if there are words and such that If then is a proper subword. A subset of is called a language over the alphabet.
Sometimes this is called a formal language because the words are ascii disko strassen firefox considered without any meanings.
Note that is the empty language while is a language which contains the empty word. If are languages over we define the following operations. The union, product and iteration are called regular operations. Even if we cannot enumerate the elements of an infinite set infinite languages can be specified by enumeration if ascii disko strassen firefox enumerating the first some elements we can continue the enumeration using a rule. The following is such a language. Define the generative grammar or shortly the grammar.
Definition 1. Instead of the notation sometimes is used. In the production or word is called the left-hand side of the production ascii disko strassen firefox the right-hand side. If for a grammar there are more than one production with the same left-hand side, then these production. We define on the set the relation called direct derivation.
In fact we replace in an appearance of the subword by and we get. Another notations for the same relation can be or. If we want to emphasize the used grammarthen the notation can be replaced by. Relation is the reflexive and transitive closure ofwhile denotes its transitive closure. Relation is called a derivation. From the definition of a reflexive and transitive relation we can deduce the following: This can be written ascii disko strassen firefox If then. The same way we can define the relation except that always, so at least one direct derivation will de used.
So contains all words over the alphabet which can be derived from the start symbol using the productions from. Example 1. It is easy to see than because. This derivation can be written Therefore can be derived from for all and no other words can be derived from. First let us prove by mathematical induction that for If then. The inductive hypothesis is We use productionthen times productionand then productionafterwards again times production. If now we use production we get forbut by the productionso for any.
We have to prove in addition that using the productions of the grammar we cannot derive only words of the form. It is easy to see that a successful derivation which ends in a word containing only terminals can be obtained only in the presented way.
Similarly for. Here orderly were used the ascii disko strassen firefox times, times, times, times. But So. It is also easy to see than other words cannot be derived using grammar. The grammars and are not equivalent because. Theorem 1. We encode grammars for the proof as words on the alphabet. For a given grammar let and The encoding is the following:.