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syllabus of L&T?
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what is difference between spring and damper?
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An even palindrome is a word of even length that is just the same when read from left or from right, which is ectually an word of the form wwR for some word w. For example abcddcba = wwR , is a palindrome (w = abcd). Given a NFA M accepting word w. How to construct M’ from M accepting wwR .
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A reverse wR of word w is a word that is read from right to left of w. For example if w = abcd, then wR = dcba. How to design a NFA for wR given any word w? Give an example.
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Let L1 be the set of words on {a,b} whose third symbol (from left) is a. Construct a Non-deterministic finite acceptor (NFA) for L1
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syllabus of L&T?
Asked by sana khan ---- September 22, 2014
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what is difference between spring and damper?
Asked by sujit ---- July 11, 2014
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An even palindrome is a word of even length that is just the same when read from left or from right, which is ectually an word of the form wwR for some word w. For example abcddcba = wwR , is a palindrome (w = abcd). Given a NFA M accepting word w. How to construct M’ from M accepting wwR .
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A reverse wR of word w is a word that is read from right to left of w. For example if w = abcd, then wR = dcba. How to design a NFA for wR given any word w? Give an example.
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Let L1 be the set of words on {a,b} whose third symbol (from left) is a. Construct a Non-deterministic finite acceptor (NFA) for L1
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