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YORKEECS 2001AllSpring

EECS2001 test1-S15

5 Page
31 Jan 2019
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Regular Expression, Regular Language

4 Page
10 Dec 2018
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Empty String, Noam Chomsky, Context-Free Grammar

3 Page
10 Dec 2018
Instructions/information: (i) solve multiple choice problems by marking appropriate true or false. (ii) this exam is worth 40%, distributed as shown. (
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 Test 1 2012

5 Page
31 Jan 2019
You may use any result that was proved in class or in the textbook without reproving it. Make sure your test has 5 pages, including this cover page. An
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Regular Expression, Grep, Substring

4 Page
10 Dec 2018
Notes: assignments must be deposited in the eecs 2001 drop box before 6pm, assignments must have eecs 2001 cover page clearly indicating: your full nam
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Lecture 15: assignment1

3 Page
10 Dec 2018
Notes: assignments must be deposited in the eecs 2001 drop box before 6pm, assignments must have eecs 2001 cover page clearly indicating: your full nam
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Empty String, Verb

2 Page
10 Dec 2018
De nition: let w be a string over some alphabet a. The reversal of w, denoted as wr, is de ned as follows: (1) r = , if w w is the empty string, (2) (a
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 Test 2

5 Page
31 Jan 2019
You may use any result that was proved in class or in the textbook without reproving it. Make sure your test has 5 pages, including this cover page. An
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 quiz1-S15

3 Page
31 Jan 2019
Make sure your test has 3 pages, including this cover page. Answer in the space provided. (if you need more space, use the reverse side of the page and
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 Quiz 1 2012

3 Page
31 Jan 2019
Make sure your test has 3 pages, including this cover page. Answer in the space provided. (if you need more space, use the reverse side of the page and
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 Final Exam 2009

11 Page
31 Jan 2019
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Parse Tree, Backtracking

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10 Dec 2018
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YORKEECS 2001AllSpring

EECS2001 test1-S15

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31 Jan 2019
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Regular Expression, Regular Language

4 Page
10 Dec 2018
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Empty String, Noam Chomsky, Context-Free Grammar

3 Page
10 Dec 2018
Instructions/information: (i) solve multiple choice problems by marking appropriate true or false. (ii) this exam is worth 40%, distributed as shown. (
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 Test 1 2012

5 Page
31 Jan 2019
You may use any result that was proved in class or in the textbook without reproving it. Make sure your test has 5 pages, including this cover page. An
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Regular Expression, Grep, Substring

4 Page
10 Dec 2018
Notes: assignments must be deposited in the eecs 2001 drop box before 6pm, assignments must have eecs 2001 cover page clearly indicating: your full nam
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Lecture 15: assignment1

3 Page
10 Dec 2018
Notes: assignments must be deposited in the eecs 2001 drop box before 6pm, assignments must have eecs 2001 cover page clearly indicating: your full nam
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Empty String, Verb

2 Page
10 Dec 2018
De nition: let w be a string over some alphabet a. The reversal of w, denoted as wr, is de ned as follows: (1) r = , if w w is the empty string, (2) (a
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 Test 2

5 Page
31 Jan 2019
You may use any result that was proved in class or in the textbook without reproving it. Make sure your test has 5 pages, including this cover page. An
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 quiz1-S15

3 Page
31 Jan 2019
Make sure your test has 3 pages, including this cover page. Answer in the space provided. (if you need more space, use the reverse side of the page and
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 Quiz 1 2012

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31 Jan 2019
Make sure your test has 3 pages, including this cover page. Answer in the space provided. (if you need more space, use the reverse side of the page and
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YORKEECS 2001AllSpring

EECS2001 test1-S15

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31 Jan 2019
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 Test 1 2012

5 Page
31 Jan 2019
You may use any result that was proved in class or in the textbook without reproving it. Make sure your test has 5 pages, including this cover page. An
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 Test 2

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31 Jan 2019
You may use any result that was proved in class or in the textbook without reproving it. Make sure your test has 5 pages, including this cover page. An
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 quiz1-S15

3 Page
31 Jan 2019
Make sure your test has 3 pages, including this cover page. Answer in the space provided. (if you need more space, use the reverse side of the page and
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 Quiz 1 2012

3 Page
31 Jan 2019
Make sure your test has 3 pages, including this cover page. Answer in the space provided. (if you need more space, use the reverse side of the page and
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 Final Exam 2009

11 Page
31 Jan 2019
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 2012 Final Exam

11 Page
31 Jan 2019
Course: cse2001 introduction to the theory of computation. No aids allowed: there should be 11 pages in the exam, including this page, write all answer
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Regular Expression, Regular Language

4 Page
10 Dec 2018
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Empty String, Noam Chomsky, Context-Free Grammar

3 Page
10 Dec 2018
Instructions/information: (i) solve multiple choice problems by marking appropriate true or false. (ii) this exam is worth 40%, distributed as shown. (
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Regular Expression, Grep, Substring

4 Page
10 Dec 2018
Notes: assignments must be deposited in the eecs 2001 drop box before 6pm, assignments must have eecs 2001 cover page clearly indicating: your full nam
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Lecture 9: TM_comp_of_funct

2 Page
10 Dec 2018
Example: design a tm m to compute the absolute value |n m|. One of the tm"s to solve this problem works as follows. Given an input repre- sentation 0n1
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertWinter

EECS 2001 Lecture 10: Context Free Language

4 Page
18 Feb 2019
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YORKEECS 2001Enas AltarawnehFall

EECS 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Jab, Init, The M Machine

10 Page
15 Dec 2019
Models designed for computers with extremely limited memory can do onlyspegific. L elevator doors task ii a o n of. Takesinputonebyone fromtheinputstri
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EECS 2001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Regular Expression, Regular Language

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EECS2001 Test 2

5 Page
31 Jan 2019
You may use any result that was proved in class or in the textbook without reproving it. Make sure your test has 5 pages, including this cover page. An
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Empty String, Noam Chomsky, Context-Free Grammar

3 Page
10 Dec 2018
Instructions/information: (i) solve multiple choice problems by marking appropriate true or false. (ii) this exam is worth 40%, distributed as shown. (
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YORKEECS 2001AllSpring

EECS2001 test1-S15

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31 Jan 2019
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 Test 1 2012

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31 Jan 2019
You may use any result that was proved in class or in the textbook without reproving it. Make sure your test has 5 pages, including this cover page. An
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 quiz1-S15

3 Page
31 Jan 2019
Make sure your test has 3 pages, including this cover page. Answer in the space provided. (if you need more space, use the reverse side of the page and
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Lecture 15: assignment1

3 Page
10 Dec 2018
Notes: assignments must be deposited in the eecs 2001 drop box before 6pm, assignments must have eecs 2001 cover page clearly indicating: your full nam
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 2012 Final Exam

11 Page
31 Jan 2019
Course: cse2001 introduction to the theory of computation. No aids allowed: there should be 11 pages in the exam, including this page, write all answer
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Lecture 9: TM_comp_of_funct

2 Page
10 Dec 2018
Example: design a tm m to compute the absolute value |n m|. One of the tm"s to solve this problem works as follows. Given an input repre- sentation 0n1
View Document
YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 Quiz 1 2012

3 Page
31 Jan 2019
Make sure your test has 3 pages, including this cover page. Answer in the space provided. (if you need more space, use the reverse side of the page and
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YORKEECS 2001Enas AltarawnehFall

EECS 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Jab, Init, The M Machine

10 Page
15 Dec 2019
Models designed for computers with extremely limited memory can do onlyspegific. L elevator doors task ii a o n of. Takesinputonebyone fromtheinputstri
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertWinter

EECS 2001 Lecture 10: Context Free Language

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18 Feb 2019
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 Test 2

5 Page
31 Jan 2019
You may use any result that was proved in class or in the textbook without reproving it. Make sure your test has 5 pages, including this cover page. An
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YORKEECS 2001AllSpring

EECS2001 test1-S15

5 Page
31 Jan 2019
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 quiz1-S15

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31 Jan 2019
Make sure your test has 3 pages, including this cover page. Answer in the space provided. (if you need more space, use the reverse side of the page and
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 Test 1 2012

5 Page
31 Jan 2019
You may use any result that was proved in class or in the textbook without reproving it. Make sure your test has 5 pages, including this cover page. An
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 Quiz 1 2012

3 Page
31 Jan 2019
Make sure your test has 3 pages, including this cover page. Answer in the space provided. (if you need more space, use the reverse side of the page and
View Document
YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 2012 Final Exam

11 Page
31 Jan 2019
Course: cse2001 introduction to the theory of computation. No aids allowed: there should be 11 pages in the exam, including this page, write all answer
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YORKEECS 2001AllFall

EECS2001 Final Exam 2009

11 Page
31 Jan 2019
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YORKEECS 2001Eric RuppertFall

EECS 2001 Lecture 9: TM_comp_of_funct

2 Page
10 Dec 2018
Example: design a tm m to compute the absolute value |n m|. One of the tm"s to solve this problem works as follows. Given an input repre- sentation 0n1
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