How to Prepare for the Formal Language Automata Theory JNTUK Exam

 How to Prepare for the Formal Language Automated Theory JNTUK Exam

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Steps to prepare for the exam: 

Formal language automated theory was a logical subject that was one of the toughest subjects in the computer science department

Follow these simple steps mainly  to prepare for the exam you can pass definitely 

"We have a total of six units in this particular subject so we don't need to learn all the units to pass the subjects"

-> we just have to prepare for only four units out of the six units 

-> The important units that you have to prepare mainly to pass the exam was 
  • unit 1
  • unit 2
  • unit 4
  • unit 6
-> First you have to start from the first unit in the first unit you will have the topics mainly  
  • what are automata explain about it 
  • How to design a Deterministic Finite automata 
  • string acceptance
  • converting an NFA to DFA 
  • Designing of NFA 
-> From the second unit you need to cover mainly these topics
  • Constructing  NFA for regular expression 
  • Identify rules 
  • Ardens theorem 
  • NFA to regular expression 
  • About pumping lemma and applications of pumping lemma
  • Constructing Finite automata for given regular expression 
-> From the  Fourth unit you need to cover these topics mainly 
  • What is push down automata explain it 
  • Designing of pushdown automata 
  • Non-deterministic pushdown automata designing 
  • Applications of pushdown automata 
  • Pushdown automata with two stacks 
-> From the sixth unit, you have to cover overall topics it was a small unit and it was an important topic too 

Tips while writing the exam:
  • Maintain good handwriting while writing the exam 
  • underline the important sentences with a different color in the answer booklet 
  • try to explain every question along with diagrams in a evaporate way
  • Give a diagrammatic explanation for the question that needed 
  • Maintain side headings according to the use in any particular questions 
-> "to score more marks in the examination by covering the rest of the two units 

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