Linkers and loaders by Levine J.R

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Here we have VN ∪VT = ∅, that is that they are disjunctive, or they have no common element. • S is a start or distinguished symbol, S ∈ VN . • P is a set of productions (or rules). 9) where α is called the left part of the production while β is called the right part, and α ∈ (VN ∪ VT )+ , β ∈ (VN ∪ VT )∗ . That means that α is a nonempty string that consists of terminals and nonterminals, while β is a string that also consists of terminals and nonterminals but it may be empty. Notice that the left part of productions cannot consist of terminals alone as we have mentioned that terminal cannot be used for derivation.

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We need to define a grammar that generates the language L ⊆ (Σ − {u, b})∗ which M semi-decides. It is G = (Vn , Σ − {u, b}, P, S). Now we need to specify the components of G. The Vn of nonterminal symbol set of G consists of all the states of K, including the start symbol S (the initial state q0 may be used as S), in addition, the left boundary symbol u, the blank symbol and the terminate token ↑. Perceivably, the derivations of G will simulate the backward computation of M. We will simulate the computation through the initial configuration.

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