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I'm a Design Engineer at ASML, Veldhoven. I'm a graduee of the university of Technology in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

I have a publication! http://arxiv.org/abs/1306.4919 - ESA2013, co-won best paper award.


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answered Algorithm to Find the Aggregate Mass of “Granola Bar”-Like Structures?
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answered How to extract operators from the grammar productions for conflict resolution in LALR parser?
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comment How to extract operators from the grammar productions for conflict resolution in LALR parser?
In that case, this is how Bison handles it: gnu.org/software/bison/manual/html_node/…. Specifically, the last token (so terminal, not nonterminal) of a production is used to determine its precedence. For "E + E", this would be "+".
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comment How to extract operators from the grammar productions for conflict resolution in LALR parser?
Might you be asking the following: suppose we have a shift-reduce conflict, say between shifting '*' and reducing "E * E", how do I determine the 'operator' of "E * E" so that I can apply the priorities that the user defined? In other words, are you having trouble unifying that you only define priorities between operators, while shift-reduce conflicts are conflicts between operators on one hand and productions on the other hand?
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comment How lookaheads are propagated in “channel” method of building LALR parser?
I think cs.stackexchange.com is probably the site where you're most likely to get a good answer for these kinds of questions.
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comment LL(∞) and left-recursion
I think three of your questions are answered by this post: cs.stackexchange.com/a/48/92. For the rest I also recommend you start questions over at that site. Don't forget to specify 'better' more precisely.
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comment Programmaticaly finding the Landau notation (Big O or Theta notation) of an algorithm?
For proofs that deciding running times is in general impossible, see here and here - the answers there prove even more than you ask for, actually.
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answered What does it mean by expected running time and average runnnig time of an algorithm?
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comment Merge sort versus quick sort performance
Try this question: cs.stackexchange.com/questions/3/…
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comment What language does Introduction to Algorithms by Cormen use?
I'm pretty sure they use the language 'English' in that book, but translations are probably available.