Solving problems is essential to obtain deeper insights into those topics which might not be learned merely through reading the materials included in the book. In particular, to receive the greatest benefit, the readers are urged to try to solve the problems before reading the solutions included in this chapter. However, note that these exercises range from elementary drills to hard-to-solve problems; that is, there is a mix of elementary and advanced topics. The readers are advised to consult the marks assigned to the problems to understand how difficult they are and what characteristics the problems have.


Induction Hypothesis Turing Machine Regular Expression Induction Step Hamiltonian Path 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Science and EngineeringIshinomaki Senshu UniversityIshinomakiJapan

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