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    I have my LR about audit quality and I want someone to enhance it in terms of content.

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    For the following grammar write a C++ program that uses the LR(1) method to decide whether a given string can be derived in the given grammar. If the sentence is derivable, your program should output the derivation of the sentence. S’ ->S 1) S -> L=R 2) S ->R 3) L-> *R 4) L -> id 5) R -> L

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    I need you to develop some software for me. I would like this software to be developed for Windows using C or C++.its compiler project use LR(1) parser and type checking in 2 points.

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    ...giving NFA into a DFA. 3- Building a DFA from a given regular expression directly without going through an NFA. b- For the following grammar write a program that uses the LR(1) method to decide whether a given string can be derived in the grammar. If the sentence is derivable, your program should output the derivation of the sentence. S’ ->S 1)

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    ...DFA. 3- Building a DFA from a given regular expression directly without going through an NFA. (8 marks) b- For the following grammar write a Java or C++ program that uses the LR(1) method to decide whether a given string can be derived in the grammar. If the sentence is derivable, your program should output the derivation of the sentence. (7 marks)

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    ...DFA. 3- Building a DFA from a given regular expression directly without going through an NFA. (8 marks) b- For the following grammar write a Java or C++ program that uses the LR(1) method to decide whether a given string can be derived in the grammar. If the sentence is derivable, your program should output the derivation of the sentence. (7 marks)

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    b- For the following grammar write a Java or C++ program that uses the LR(1) method to decide whether a given string can be derived in the grammar. If the sentence is derivable, your program should output the derivation of the sentence. S’ -->S 1) S -->L=R 2) S -->R 3) L -->*R 4) L -->id 5) R --> L c- Write an implementation for

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    For the following grammar write a Java or C++ program that uses the LR(1) method to decide whether a given string can be derived in the grammar. If the sentence is derivable, your program should output the derivation of the sentence. S’  S 1) S  L=R 2) S  R 3) L *R 4) L  id 5) R  L

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    lr health and beauty is a german company official in 28 countries. we need people from these 28 contries in the west part of europe , to make direct sales through social media marketing or direct contact with the [url removed, login to view] more details we will discuss further .

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    ...NFA into a DFA. 3- Building a DFA from a given regular expression directly without going through an NFA. b- For the following grammar write a C++ program that uses the LR(1) method to decide whether a given string can be derived in the grammar. If the sentence is derivable, your program should output the derivation of the sentence. S’

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    Design the Arduino circuit and sketch for the log/print of a RF receiver picking up the button state from a 2 Channel key fob controller. Components: - Arduino UNO R3 micro-controller - 433 MHz RF Transceiver (Duinotech brand XC-4522) using the RF antenna nRF905 [url removed, login to view] - 2 button key fob (Response

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    ...into a DFA. 3- Building a DFA from a given regular expression directly without going through an NFA. b- For the following grammar write a Java or C++ program that uses the LR(1) method to decide whether a given string can be derived in the grammar. If the sentence is derivable, your program should output the derivation of the sentence. S’ -->S

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    ...into a DFA. 3- Building a DFA from a given regular expression directly without going through an NFA. b- For the following grammar write a Java or C++ program that uses the LR(1) method to decide whether a given string can be derived in the grammar. If the sentence is derivable, your program should output the derivation of the sentence. S’ -->S

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    ...I propose using BLE-mini devices for the Bluetooth communication, and the hx711 load cell amplifier to read the weight of the scale. Each device will be identified as LF, RF, LR, RR, for each corner. The devices for each corner will be identical, identified but a different resistor on one of the analogue inputs. • Connect to the 4 scales • (tare) Zero

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    I have already done the excel and just need the report now. The samples of the report and Excel have been attached. The client's work is in Excel which will be required w...Excel have been attached. The client's work is in Excel which will be required while writing the report. Extra step 1 and 2 from the project that may be needed (summary and LR)

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    ...Structure your assignment as a coherent discussion in the style of a Literature Review – with necessary sub-headings. 2000 words The links: [url removed, login to view] [url removed, login to view]

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    ...labels Output: Accuracy Acc = 0; For each test image i , o extract the feature vector from FTs: y = FTs(…), extract three consecutive rows; o extract the corresponding label from TsL: ls = TsL (…); o For each training image j  extract the feature vector from FTr: r = FTs(…), extract three consecutive rows;  Compute Euclidean distance dk

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    Please find the attached file ........

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    ...minimization and prioritization techniques including pros and cons of all. I already have a Literature Review on the topic above. However, I need to critically analyze the LR, highlighting the pros and cons of each technique. If it is preferable to add more references, publications, thesis chapters, or articles to which it refers must be accompanied

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