An Introduction to Formal Languages and Automata (3rd by Peter Linz

By Peter Linz

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Firrally, therreis a technica,lreason for irrtroducirrg rrondctcrminism. As we will see, tltlrtirirr results a,re more easily established for rrfats thtr,n for dfats. Our rrext maior resrilt indica,testhat there is rro essential diffcrcnce betweetr tlrt:sc two types of automata. Consequently, allowing rron(lcterminism ofterr sirrrplifies f'rrrmrr,larguments without affecting the gerreralitv of the conc:lusiorr. l. Prove in detail the claim made in the previous section that il in a trarrsitiorr graph there is a walk labelerl rl, there must be some walk labeled tu of length rro rrrore tharr A + (1 + A) l,rrrl.

The nfa starts in state gs, so the initial state of the dfa will be labeled {qs}. \-transition, in state q2. Therefore the corresponding dfa must have a state labeled {gr, qz} and a transition d ( { s n }, a ) : {qt,qz}. In state q0, the tfa has no specified transitiort wltetr the input is b, therefore d ({sn},b) : @. A state labeled g represents an impossible move ftrr the nfa and, therefore, means nonacceptance of the string. Conseqrrently, this state in the dfa mrrst be a nonfinal trap state.

The constructiorr for this relies orr the recursive definition for I (r). 2 on page 73, then show how they can Lrecorrrbirx:dto implement the rnore complir:a,tedparts (4), (5), and (7). Let r' bc ir regrtla,rexpression. {rceptsL (r). ConsequentlS I (r) is a regular language. 1(a), (b), and (c), respectivcly. Assrrme now that we havc irutomata, M(rr) and M (rz) tha,t accept larrguagcsrlenoted by regular expressions 11 and 12, rcsptx:tively. 2. In this schema, the graph vertex at the lcft representsthe initial state, thc one on the right the firral state.

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