University: University of Mumbai

Course:

Unit: Semester 4 (SE Second Year)

Subject: Theoretical Computer Science

Year: 2013 - 2014 (May)

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## More question papers from S.E Second Year 2013 - 2014 (May)

Analog and Digital Integrated CircuitsAnalog Electronics -2

Analysis of Algorithm and Design

Applied Mathematics 4 [B.E Auto/Civil/Mech/Prod]

Applied Mathematics 4 [B.E Biomed/Electrical/Electronics/EXTC/Instrumentation]

Applied Mathematics 4 [B.E Computer / Information Technology]

Automata Theory

Computer Graphics [B.E. Computer Engineering]

Computer Networks [B.E. Information Technology]

Computer Organisation and Architecture [B.E. Computer Engineering]

Control System

Database Management Systems [B.E. Computer / Information Technology]

Discrete Electronic Circuits

Electrical Machines

Electrical Machines 1 [B.E. Electrical]

Fundamentals of Communation Engineering

Industrial Electronics [Mech/Auto]

Information Theory and Coding

Material Technology [Mech/Auto]

Microprocessor and Peripherals [EXTC]

Microprocessor and Peripherals [Electronics]

Numerical Methods and Optimization Techniques

Operating Systems [B.E. Computer Engineering]

Principles of Communication Engineering [EXTC]

Principles of Control Systems [Electronics]

Production Process 2 [Mech/Auto]

Signal Processing [B.E. Electrical]

Theory of Machines 1 [Mech/Auto]

Wave Theory and Propagation

Web Programming

## Video Tutorials for Theoretical Computer Science

IntroductionRegular Grammar (RG)

Finite Automata

Regular Language (RL)

Context Free Grammars (CFG)

Pushdown Automata (PDA)

Turing Machine (TM)

Undecidability and Recursively Enumerable Languages

Comparison of Scope of Languages and Machines