TDDD14 Formal Languages and Automata Theory
- Suggested reading before lectures: more detailed correspondence between the lectures and the textbook and other materials.
- List of contents of the course, explains the correspondence between the course and the book.
- Errata for our textbooks (D. C. Kozen, Automata and Computability; J. E. Hopcroft, J. D. Ullman, Introduction to Automata...).
- Slides used at the lectures.
- "Kompendium" used at the tutorials.
- Some past exams: October 2013 [pdf], August 2013 [pdf], January 2013 [pdf], October 2012 [pdf], August 2012 [pdf], January 2012 [pdf], October 2011 [pdf], August 2011 [pdf], January 2011 [pdf], October 2010 [pdf], June 2009 [pdf], January 2009 [pdf], January 2006 ([pdf]), May 2005 ([pdf]), May 2003 ([pdf], [ps.gz]), June 2002 ([pdf] [ps.gz]), June 2000, January 2000.
- Some example solutions of exam problems.
A summary of
between the old and current textbook.
In some cases this is a difference between our
textbook and a commonly accepted approach.
- Example applications of (generalized) context-free grammars – definitions of syntax of programming languages. (More precisely, a context-free superset of the language is defined.)
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Last updated: 2013-11-14