# Are DPDA and Npda same?

## Are DPDA and Npda same?

NPDA(Non deterministic Pushdown Automata) and DPDA(Deterministic Pushdown Automata) are not equivalent in power. NPDA is more powerful than DPDA which means for every language for which a dpda exist, there exist an NPDA but there are some languages that are accepted by NPDA but are not accepted by DPDA.

## Is Npda more powerful than DPDA?

Power of NPDA is more than DPDA. It is not possible to convert every NPDA to corresponding DPDA. The languages accepted by DPDA are called DCFL (Deterministic Context Free Languages) which are subset of NCFL (Non Deterministic CFL) accepted by NPDA.

How deterministic and non deterministic pushdown automata differ from each other?

Deterministic vs Non-deterministic Pushdown Automata Deterministic Pushdown Automata: In DPDAs only single moves are allowed whilst accepting input from other states. They are less powerful than N-DPDA.

### Can we convert Npda to DPDA?

As discussed above, every NPDA can’t be converted to DPDA. So, the power of NPDA and DPDA is not same.

### Which is more powerful PDA Npda?

NPDA(Non Deterministic Push Down Automata) is more powerful than DPDA(Deterministic Push Down Automata). for eg: There are languages for which we can make NPDA but DPDA can not be possible…

Which PDA is more powerful?

Therefore, a 2-PDA is more powerful than a 1-PDA. If a 2-PDA can be used to simulate a 3-PDA, it is clear that a 3-PDA is no more powerful than a Turing machine, as a Turing machine can simulate a 3-PDA.

## Which is accepted by DPDA?

A DPDA can accept languages like Lwcw that are not regular, but there are CFL (like Lwwr) that cannot be accepted by a DPDA. Theorem: If L is the language accepted by some DPDA P, then L has an unambiguous CFG. The DPDA languages are not exactly equal the subset of CFL that are not inherently ambiguous.

## Are PDA nondeterministic?

A pushdown automaton reads a given input string from left to right. In general, if several actions are possible, then the automaton is called a general, or nondeterministic, PDA.

Why PDA is more powerful than FA?

A PDA is more powerful than FA. Any language which can be acceptable by FA can also be acceptable by PDA. PDA also accepts a class of language which even cannot be accepted by FA. Thus PDA is much more superior to FA.

### Which language is accepted by Npda?

Just as DFA and nondeterministic finite automata (NFA), there are also two types of push-down automata: deterministic push-down automata (DPDA) and non-deterministic push-down automata (NPDA). The languages which can be accepted by PDA are called context-free languages (CFL), denoted by LCF.

### Which is more powerful, NPDA or DPDA?

There are languages like L= {wwr} for which there exist no DPDA but a NPDA can accept this language . DPDA accept a subset of language accepted by NPDA so,in terms of language acceptance NPDA is more powerful than DPDA but as both do only recognition so, in terms of recognizing power they are same they can not do anything else like multiply 2 no.s

Are there any languages that can be accepted by DPDA?

The set of languages that can be accepted by DPDA is not equal to NPDA. For example we can accept the following language using NPDA but there is no DPDA which can accept it. L = { w w R | w ∈ { 0, 1 } ∗ }.

## What’s the difference between PDA and NPDA ques10?

PDA NPDA In PDA, there may exits more than one tr In NPDA, there may exits exactly one tra Table may contains multiple defined enti Table contains single entities There is no epsilon transition, meaning There is epsilon transition. Deterministic Non deterministic

## Which is the correct representation of a DPDA?

The representation of a dpda is wcw^r. There are multiple moves possible in one situation. The representation of a NPDA is ww^r.