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An Object-oriented Approach to Finite State Automata

, 3 Feb 2009 CPOL 36K 691 52
A brief introduction to FSA and a ready-to-use class library
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Jacek Gajek
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Poland Poland
My name is Jacek Gajek. I have graduated in computer science with a master's degree from Polibuda in Wrocław. I like C# and Monthy Python's sense of humour.

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