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INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMATA THEORY, LANGUAGES, AND COMPUTATION

JEFFREY D. ULLMAN , JOHN E. HOPCROFT , RAJEEV MOTWANI

2001

BOOK
Category

COMPUTER

Abstract IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN 20 YEARS SINCE THIS CLASSIC BOOK ON FORMAL LANGUAGES, AUTOMATA THEORY, AND COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEXITY WAS FIRST PUBLISHED. WITH THIS LONG-AWAITED REVISION, THE AUTHORS CONTINUE TO PRESENT THE THEORY IN A CONCISE AND STRAIGHTFORWARD MANNER, NOW WITH AN EYE OUT FOR THE PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS. THEY HAVE REVISED THIS BOOK TO MAKE IT MORE ACCESSIBLE TO TODAY'S STUDENTS, INCLUDING THE ADDITION OF MORE MATERIAL ON WRITING PROOFS, MORE FIGURES AND PICTURES TO CONVEY IDEAS, SIDE-BOXES TO HIGHLIGHT OTHER INTERESTING MATERIAL, AND A LESS FORMAL WRITING STYLE. EXERCISES AT THE END OF EACH CHAPTER, INCLUDING SOME NEW, EASIER EXERCISES, HELP READERS CONFIRM AND ENHANCE THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF THE MATERIAL.

ISBN 0201441241
Author(s) JEFFREY D. ULLMAN , JOHN E. HOPCROFT , RAJEEV MOTWANI
Credits
Edition 2ND ED.
Year 2001
Publisher ADDISON-WESLEY
Type BOOK
Keywords COMPUTER
Language English
Collation 521 P., 25 CM.

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