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- Automata in TOC
- Theory of Computation: Syllabus of TOC
- Introduction to TOC: Language in TOC with Examples
- Power of Sigma Σ in TOC: Kleene closure in TOC
- Grammar in TOC
- DFA Example 1: How to Construct DFA in TOC?
- What is DFA in TOC? With examples
- DFA Example 3: DFA of language with all strings starting with 'a' and ending with 'b'
- DFA Example 2: DFA of language with all strings end with 'a'
- DFA Example 6: DFA of all strings in which 2nd symbol is '0' and 4th symbol is '1'
- DFA Example 4: DFA of language with all strings Not starting with 'a' OR Not ending with 'b'
- What is NFA in TOC: Non Deterministic Finite Automata
- DFA Example 5: DFA of all binary strings divisible by 3
- Convert NFA to DFA with example
- DFA vs NFA in TOC in Hindi with examples
- Design NFA of all binary strings in which 2nd last bit is 1: NFA Designing
- DFA for Even a and Even b, Even a Odd b, Odd a and Even b, Odd a Odd b
- Moore Machine in TOC with example
- Eliminate Epsilon ε-moves: Conversion from epsilon nfa to nfa
- Limitations of DFA and Applications of DFA in TOC
- Mealy Machine in TOC
- Difference between Mealy and Moore Machine
- Moore to Mealy Conversion with example
- Mealy to Moore Conversion with Example
- Epsilon NFA
- Regular Expressions in TOC with examples
- Regular Expressions for Finite Languages Example 1
- Minimization of DFA in Hindi with example
- Important Questions on Regular Expressions
- Regular Expressions for Infinite Languages Example 2
- Pumping lemma for regular languages in TOC with examples
- Closure properties of regular languages in TOC
- How regular languages closured under reversal? Reversal Operation in TOC
- Quotient operation in toc with example: Closure Properties
- INIT Operation in TOC
- Closure Properties Of Various Languages in TOC
- Comparison between Languages, Automata, Grammars in TOC
- Regular languages Not Closed under Infinite Union
- Question on DCFL and CFL
- Important Questions on Decidability and closure property
- TOP 10 Important questions of Theory of Computation
- Homomorphism in Regular Languages: Closure Properties
- Inverse Homomorphism in Regular Languages: Closure Properties in TOC
- TOC Most Important 10 Questions with explanation
- CFL and CFG Introduction and Syllabus
- Decidability & Undecidability table in TOC for all languages
- Context free grammar in TOC
- Convert Context free language to Context free grammar with examples
- Left Most & Right Most Derivation in CFG
- Pushdown Automata in TOC
- Design PDA for 0^n1^2n CFL Language
- Closure Properties of CFL (Context Free Languages)
- Design PDA for {w | na(w) = nb(w)} CFL language
- Remove Null Production from CFG (Context Free Grammar)
- Remove Unit Production from CFG(Context Free Grammar)
- What is LBA(Linear Bounded Automata)?
- Introduction to Turing Machine
- Recursive vs Recursive Enumerable Languages
- Turing Machine for a^nb^n: Design Turing Machine
- Turing Machine for a^nb^nc^n: Design Turing Machine
- Turing Machine for 1's Complement: Transition Table & Diagram
- CYK Algorithm: Membership Algorithm in CFG
- Modifications in Turing machine
- CNF Vs GNF: Chomsky vs Greibach Normal Form

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