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# Mathematics Set Operations (Set theory)

Union Union of the sets A and B, denoted by A &#x222A; B, is the set of distinct element belongs to set A or set B, or both. Above is the Venn Diagram of A U B. Exam...

# Mathematics Introduction of Set theory

A Set is an unordered collection of objects, known as elements or members of the set. An element &#x2018;a&#x2019; belong to a set A can be written as &#x2018;a &#x22...

# Mathematics Graph Theory Basics – Set 1

A graph is a data structure that is defined by two components : A node or a vertex. An edge E or ordered pair is a connection between two nodes u,v that is identifie...

# Mathematics Graph Theory Basics – Set 2

Prerequisite &#x2013; Graph Theory Basics &#x2013; Set 1 A graph is a structure amounting to a set of objects in which some pairs of the objects are in some sense &#x...

# Mathematics Matching (graph theory)

Prerequisite &#x2013; Graph Theory Basics Given an undirected graph, a matching is a set of edges, such that no two edges share the same vertex. In other words, match...

# Theory of Computation Chomsky Hierarchy

According to Chomsky hierarchy, grammars are divided of 4 types: Type 0 known as unrestricted grammar. Type 1 known as context sensitive grammar. Type 2 known as cont...

# TOC Introduction of Theory of Computation

Automata theory (also known as Theory Of Computation) is a theoretical branch of Computer Science and Mathematics, which mainly deals with the logic of computation wi...

# Theory of Computation L-graphs and what they represent

Prerequisite &#x2013; Finite automata introduction All programming languages can be represented as a finite automata. C, Paskal, Haskell, C++, all of them have a spec...

# Theory of Computation Finite Automata Introduction

Finite Automata(FA) is the simplest machine to recognize patterns. A Finite Automata consists of the following : Q : Finite set of states. &#x2211; : set of Input Sy...

# Theory of Computation Arden’s Theorem

Arden&#x2019;s theorem state that: &#x201C;If P and Q are two regular expressions over , and if P does not contain , then the following equation in R given by R = Q ...