|How dense is A First Course in Formal Language Theory? email@example.com (gah4) (2023-10-24)|
|Date:||Tue, 24 Oct 2023 17:58:46 -0700|
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|Posted-Date:||25 Oct 2023 08:38:28 EDT|
In a Quora question about the most dense small book, the answer
is Rayward-Smith's "A First Course in Formal Language Theory".
I wonder if this is a well known book on Formal Language
Theory, and is really that dense.
[There's a copy in the Internet Archive. I took a look at the
first chapter which is quite mathematical but no more than I
would expect for this material. -John]
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