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Theory of Finite Automata With an Introduction to Formal Languages

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It often seems that mathematicians regularly provide answers well before the rest of the world finds reasons to ask the questions. The operation of the networks of relays used in the first computers is exactly described by Boolean functions. George Boole thereby made his contribution to computer science in the mid-1800s, and Boolean algebra is used today to represent modern TIL (transistor-transistor logic) circuits. In the 1930s, Alan Turing formalized the concept of an algorithm with his presentation of an abstract computing device and characterized the limitations of such machines. In the 1950s, the abstraction of the concepts behind natural language grammars provided the theoretical basis for computer languages that today guides the design of compilers.

These three major foundations of computer science, the mathematical description of computational networks, the limitations of mechanical computation, and the formal specification of languages are highly interrelated disciplines, and all require a great deal of mathematical maturity to appreciate. A computer science undergraduate is often expected to deal with all these concepts, typically armed only with a course in discrete mathematics.
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