Functional Automata - Formal Languages for Computer Science Students

@inproceedings{Morazn2014FunctionalA,
  title={Functional Automata - Formal Languages for Computer Science Students},
  author={M. T. Moraz{\'a}n and Rosario Antunez},
  booktitle={TFPIE},
  year={2014}
}
  • M. T. Morazán, Rosario Antunez
  • Published in TFPIE 2014
  • Computer Science
  • An introductory formal languages course exposes advanced undergraduate and early graduate students to automata theory, grammars, constructive proofs, computability, and decidability. Programming students find these topics to be challenging or, in many cases, overwhelming and on the fringe of Computer Science. The existence of this perception is not completely absurd since students are asked to design and prove correct machines and grammars without being able to experiment nor get immediate… CONTINUE READING
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