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John E. Hopcroft, Rajeev Motwani, Jeffrey D. Ullman
出版情報: Boston : Addison-Wesley, c2001  xiv, 521 p. ; 25 cm
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Automata: The Methods and the Madness / Chapter 1:
Why Study Automata Theory / 1.1:
Introduction to Formal Proof / 1.2:
Additional Forms of Proof / 1.3:
Inductive Proofs / 1.4:
The Central Concepts of Automata Theory / 1.5:
Summary of Chapter 1 / 1.6:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 1 / 1.7:
References for Chapter 1 / 1.8:
Finite Automata / Chapter 2:
An Informal Picture of Finite Automata / 2.1:
Deterministic Finite Automata / 2.2:
Nondeterministic Finite Automata / 2.3:
An Application_ Text Search / 2.4:
Finite Automata With EpsilonTransitions / 2.5:
Summary of Chapter 2 / 2.6:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 2 / 2.7:
References for Chapter 2 / 2.8:
Regular Expressions and Languages / Chapter 3:
Regular Expressions / 3.1:
Finite Automata and Regular Expressions / 3.2:
Applications of Regular Expressions / 3.3:
Algebraic Laws for Regular Expressions / 3.4:
Summary of Chapter 3 / 3.5:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 3 / 3.6:
References for Chapter 3 / 3.7:
Properties of Regular Languages / Chapter 4:
Proving Languages Not to Be Regular / 4.1:
Closure Properties of Regular Languages / 4.2:
Decision Properties of Regular Languages / 4.3:
Equivalence and Minimization of Automata / 4.4:
Summary of Chapter 4 / 4.5:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 4 / 4.6:
References for Chapter 4 / 4.7:
Context-Free Grammars and Languages / Chapter 5:
Context-Free Grammars / 5.1:
Parse Trees / 5.2:
Applications of Context-Free Grammars / 5.3:
Ambiguity in Grammars and Languages / 5.4:
Summary of Chapter 5 / 5.5:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 5 / 5.6:
References for Chapter 5 / 5.7:
Pushdown Automata / Chapter 6:
Definition of the Pushdown Automaton / 6.1:
The Languages of a PDA / 6.2:
Equivalence of PDA's and CFG's / 6.3:
Deterministic Pushdown Automata / 6.4:
Summary of Chapter 6 / 6.5:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 6 / 6.6:
References for Chapter 6 / 6.7:
Properties of Context-Free Languages / Chapter 7:
Normal Forms for Context-Free Grammars / 7.1:
The Pumping Lemma for Context-Free Languages / 7.2:
Closure Properties of Context-Free Languages / 7.3:
Decision Properties of CFL's / 7.4:
Summary of Chapter 7 / 7.5:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 7 / 7.6:
References for Chapter 7 / 7.7:
Introduction to Turing Machines / Chapter 8:
Problems That Computers Cannot Solve / 8.1:
The Turing Machine / 8.2:
Programming Techniques for Turing Machines / 8.3:
Extensions to the Basic Turing Machine / 8.4:
Restricted Turing Machines / 8.5:
Turing Machines and Computers / 8.6:
Summary of Chapter 8 / 8.7:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 8 / 8.8:
References for Chapter 8 / 8.9:
Undecidability / Chapter 9:
A Language That Is Not Recursively Enumerable / 9.1:
An Undecidable Problem That Is RE / 9.2:
Undecidable Problems About Turing Machines / 9.3:
Post's Correspondence Problem / 9.4:
Other Undecidable Problems / 9.5:
Summary of Chapter 9 / 9.6:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 9 / 9.7:
References for Chapter 9 / 9.8:
Intractable Problems / Chapter 10:
The Classes P and NP / 10.1:
An NP-Complete Problem / 10.2:
A Restricted Satisfiability Problem / 10.3:
Additional NP-Complete Problems / 10.4:
Summary of Chapter 10 / 10.5:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 10 / 10.6:
References for Chapter 10 / 10.7:
Additional Classes of Problems / Chapter 11:
Complements of Languages in NP / 11.1:
Problems Solvable in Polynomial Space / 11.2:
A Problem That Is Complete for PS / 11.3:
Language Classes Based on Randomization / 11.4:
The Complexity of Primality Testing / 11.5:
Summary of Chapter 11 / 11.6:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 11 / 11.7:
References for Chapter 11 / 11.8:
Index
Automata: The Methods and the Madness / Chapter 1:
Why Study Automata Theory / 1.1:
Introduction to Formal Proof / 1.2:
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図書

図書
John E. Hopcroft, Jeffrey D. Ullman
出版情報: Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., c1969  vii, 242 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Addison-Wesley series in computer science and information processing
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図書
John E. Hopcroft, Jeffrey D. Ullman
出版情報: Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, c1979  x, 418 p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: Addison-Wesley series in computer science
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It includes end-of-chapter questions, bibliographies, and exercises
Problems of highest and intermediate difficulty are marked respectively with double or single stars. 020102988XB04062001
It includes end-of-chapter questions, bibliographies, and exercises
Problems of highest and intermediate difficulty are marked respectively with double or single stars. 020102988XB04062001
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図書

図書
by John E. Hopcroft, Rajeev Motwani, Jeffrey D. Ullman
出版情報: Boston : Pearson Addison-Wesley, c2007  xvii, 535 p. ; 24 cm
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目次情報: 続きを見る
Automata: The Methods and the Madness / Chapter 1:
Why Study Automata Theory / 1.1:
Introduction to Formal Proof / 1.2:
Additional Forms of Proof / 1.3:
Inductive Proofs / 1.4:
The Central Concepts of Automata Theory / 1.5:
Summary of Chapter 1 / 1.6:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 1 / 1.7:
References for Chapter 1 / 1.8:
Finite Automata / Chapter 2:
An Informal Picture of Finite Automata / 2.1:
Deterministic Finite Automata / 2.2:
Nondeterministic Finite Automata / 2.3:
An Application_ Text Search / 2.4:
Finite Automata With EpsilonTransitions / 2.5:
Summary of Chapter 2 / 2.6:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 2 / 2.7:
References for Chapter 2 / 2.8:
Regular Expressions and Languages / Chapter 3:
Regular Expressions / 3.1:
Finite Automata and Regular Expressions / 3.2:
Applications of Regular Expressions / 3.3:
Algebraic Laws for Regular Expressions / 3.4:
Summary of Chapter 3 / 3.5:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 3 / 3.6:
References for Chapter 3 / 3.7:
Properties of Regular Languages / Chapter 4:
Proving Languages Not to Be Regular / 4.1:
Closure Properties of Regular Languages / 4.2:
Decision Properties of Regular Languages / 4.3:
Equivalence and Minimization of Automata / 4.4:
Summary of Chapter 4 / 4.5:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 4 / 4.6:
References for Chapter 4 / 4.7:
Context-Free Grammars and Languages / Chapter 5:
Context-Free Grammars / 5.1:
Parse Trees / 5.2:
Applications of Context-Free Grammars / 5.3:
Ambiguity in Grammars and Languages / 5.4:
Summary of Chapter 5 / 5.5:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 5 / 5.6:
References for Chapter 5 / 5.7:
Pushdown Automata / Chapter 6:
Definition of the Pushdown Automaton / 6.1:
The Languages of a PDA / 6.2:
Equivalence of PDA's and CFG's / 6.3:
Deterministic Pushdown Automata / 6.4:
Summary of Chapter 6 / 6.5:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 6 / 6.6:
References for Chapter 6 / 6.7:
Properties of Context-Free Languages / Chapter 7:
Normal Forms for Context-Free Grammars / 7.1:
The Pumping Lemma for Context-Free Languages / 7.2:
Closure Properties of Context-Free Languages / 7.3:
Decision Properties of CFL's / 7.4:
Summary of Chapter 7 / 7.5:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 7 / 7.6:
References for Chapter 7 / 7.7:
Introduction to Turing Machines / Chapter 8:
Problems That Computers Cannot Solve / 8.1:
The Turing Machine / 8.2:
Programming Techniques for Turing Machines / 8.3:
Extensions to the Basic Turing Machine / 8.4:
Restricted Turing Machines / 8.5:
Turing Machines and Computers / 8.6:
Summary of Chapter 8 / 8.7:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 8 / 8.8:
References for Chapter 8 / 8.9:
Undecidability / Chapter 9:
A Language That Is Not Recursively Enumerable / 9.1:
An Undecidable Problem That Is RE / 9.2:
Undecidable Problems About Turing Machines / 9.3:
Post's Correspondence Problem / 9.4:
Other Undecidable Problems / 9.5:
Summary of Chapter 9 / 9.6:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 9 / 9.7:
References for Chapter 9 / 9.8:
Intractable Problems / Chapter 10:
The Classes P and NP / 10.1:
An NP-Complete Problem / 10.2:
A Restricted Satisfiability Problem / 10.3:
Additional NP-Complete Problems / 10.4:
Summary of Chapter 10 / 10.5:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 10 / 10.6:
References for Chapter 10 / 10.7:
Additional Classes of Problems / Chapter 11:
Complements of Languages in NP / 11.1:
Problems Solvable in Polynomial Space / 11.2:
A Problem That Is Complete for PS / 11.3:
Language Classes Based on Randomization / 11.4:
The Complexity of Primality Testing / 11.5:
Summary of Chapter 11 / 11.6:
Gradiance Problems for Chapter 11 / 11.7:
References for Chapter 11 / 11.8:
Index
Automata: The Methods and the Madness / Chapter 1:
Why Study Automata Theory / 1.1:
Introduction to Formal Proof / 1.2:
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