An Introduction to Formal Languages and Automata (3rd - download pdf or read online

By Peter Linz

ISBN-10: 0763714224

ISBN-13: 9780763714222

An advent to Formal Languages and Automata offers a superb presentation of the cloth that's necessary to an introductory thought of computation path. The textual content was once designed to familiarize scholars with the principles and ideas of laptop technological know-how and to reinforce the students' skill to hold out formal and rigorous mathematical argument. using a problem-solving method, the textual content offers scholars perception into the path fabric by way of stressing intuitive motivation and representation of principles via trouble-free motives and reliable mathematical proofs. by means of emphasizing a studying via challenge fixing, scholars research the cloth essentially via problem-type illustrative examples that convey the incentive at the back of the strategies, in addition to their connection to the theorems and definitions.

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