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MA 380 Theory of Computation 3 Cr.

This course introduces the theory of computability, including important results from the study of automata and formal languages. Includes introductory material about the theory of directed graphs and trees. A discussion of automata and their relationship to regular, context free and context-sensitive languages. General theories of computability, including Turing machines, and recursive functions. Further topics include decidability, undecidability and computational complexity. 3 Lecture hours. Prerequisite: MA 306. Offered: Spring, even years.

Computer Science

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Electrical & Computer Engineering

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