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CS402 Assignment No 4 Solution & Discussion Due Date Jul 31, 2015
Theory of Automata (CS402)
Assignment # 4(Graded)
Total marks = 20
Deadline Date = July 31, 2015
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Q. Prove the equivalence of the given two FAs by computing (L1 Ç L2c)È (L1c Ç L2).
Note: All transition tables are required.
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Prove the equivalence of the given two FAs
kis cheez ko equal prove krna just (L1 Ç L2^{c})È (L1^{c} Ç L2). hi solve krna kisi k equal to ni ye statement
please tell the method of taking complement of FA.
Its simple friends u just have to prove the equivalence of the given languages L1 and L2 through the given equation (L1nL2c)U(L1c n L2)... That can be proved by first taking complement of L1 and L2 and then computing (L1nL2c) and (L1c n L2). If the resultant FAs from both the computations have no final state that means their union will also have no final state and hence proves that both the given languages are equivalent.
i have got the idea but i don't know how to take complemet of finite automata. so kindly calrify. i have been searching the handout more than 4 days and i have just got confussion.
FA ki non final states ko final kar do or jo pehle final thi usy non final kar do...
bs yahi complement ha
bro how to intersect (L1 Ç L2^{c}) ?
sab se pehle L2 ka complement lia phr L1 or L2c ka Intersection lia , jo FA1 bna us me 2 final states thi. phr L1 ka complement lia or phr L1c ka Intersection lia L2 k sath... jo FA2 bna us me ek final state thi . after that FA1 or FA 2 ka union lia lakin us me koi final state nai thi... ab prove kia karna ha? question me kafi ambiguities hen
kisi ko kuch samajh ai hay assignment ki a jao sub mil kr discussion kartay hain koi na koi solution nikal aiega please come and participate in discussion 12am tak time hay a jao dosto
can any one have complete sol of this assignment?
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