|Question about Earley's algorithm email@example.com (Salvador V.Cavadini) (1999-06-29)|
|Re: Question about Earley's algorithm firstname.lastname@example.org (1999-07-01)|
|Re: Question about Earley's algorithm email@example.com (1999-07-05)|
|From:||"Salvador V.Cavadini" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||29 Jun 1999 03:02:54 -0400|
I know that given any CFG and a secuence of terminals (generated using
the CFG), Earley's general algorithm of syntactic analysis for CFGs
1) accepts the sequence
2) shows ALL the trees that can be built for that secuence with the
How does Earley's algorithm work with the following grammar?
D -> D
D -> id
Secuence of tokens: id
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