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This book aims to change this perception altogether. Textbooks on this subject introduce the theory with the classical rigor of mathematics in the form of dozens of theorems with lengthy proofs.

They then throw challenging problems for the students to solve. When they provide sample solutions, they provide only the final solution, rarely and ever illustrate the method for solving the problem or the steps involved in arriving at the final solution.

This book not only illustrates the steps involved in solving problems in FAFL, it goes a step ahead and provides the student with a method and a set of mantras or aphorisms that are easy to remember.


The book highlights the key ideas in the subject in a The Idea of section in each chapter. This helps both the student as well as the teacher in focusing their learning and teaching plans on the key ideas that a computer science graduate is expected to carry with him or her into their careers.

The book also enriches the content by tying the subject matter to both interesting events in the history of computer science and to the most recent and advanced practical applications of the concerned topics. In order to improve the ease of comprehending some of the most difficult ideas in the subject, the book introduces original and unique analogies and metaphors to which a student of the present generations can easily relate.

For example, the state elimination algorithm for converting a finite automaton to a regular expression is explained using the analogy of constructing flyovers to eliminate traffic lights and the idea of star closure using the concept of a jolly ride on a rollercoaster.

These analogies have been tested in class by the author over the last five years and have been consistently appreciated by successive batches of students. This book covers all the essential topics of the subject.

Introduction A finite automaton, first abstract model as well as the mathematical model of digital computers. It is very powerful model of computation. It can recognize and accept regular languages. But finite automata have limited memory states which prevents them accepting Context free languages.

Since memory is a limitation of finite automata ,a memory element is added as a stack, in order to make finite automata a powerful machine and to accept Context free languages. That new type of computational model is known as a Push down automata. PDA is similar to finite automata except that it has an extra memory unit stack. Stack is defined as a data structure where insertion and deletion of any element is possible only at one end called top of the stack.

The automata with queue memory was constructed in a similar way as the PDA, however the new type of memory of QA is queue. The definition of queue automata is similar to that of PDA.

The difference concerns the type of memory.Earlier textbooks typically included several chapters towards the end to cover some of the more advanced or less popular topics such as recursive function theory, Post, Moore and Mealy machines and complexity theory.

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We may ship from Asian regions for inventory purpose. The book also enriches the content by tying the subject matter to both interesting events in the history of computer science and to the most recent and advanced practical applications of the concerned topics. US Court has asserted your right to buy and use International edition. The main advantage of QA is it is equivalent to Turing machine. Summary Of The Book This book presents students with important ideas and concepts and also teaches them how to apply those concepts while solving a problem.

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