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Figure An NFA is typically described using a directed graph as shown in Figure Each vertex of the graph represents a state, and edges represent possible transitions.

An input string of finite length is read by the machine. Typically, the input string is a binary sequence of 0's and 's. The initial state is designated by an inward arrow that has no source vertex, as shown pointing into state in Figure The machine starts in this state and reads the first symbol of the input string.

Based on its value, it makes appropriate transitions. For a DFA, the next state must be specified for each of the two inputs 0 and from each state.

From a state in an NFA, there may be any number of outgoing edges including zero that represent the response to a single symbol. For example, there are two outgoing edges if 0 is read from state the arrow from to actually corresponds to two directed edges, one for 0 and the other for.

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There are also edges designated with a special symbol. If a state has an outgoing , the state may immediately transition along the edge without reading another symbol. This may be iterated any number of times, for any outgoing edges that may be encountered, without reading the next input symbol.

The no determinism arises from the fact that there are multiple choices for possible next states due to multiple edges for the same input and transitions. There is no sensor that indicates which state is actually chosen.

The interpretation often given in the theory of computation is that when there are multiple choices, the machine clones itself and one copy runs each choice. It is like having multiple universes in which each different possible action of nature is occurring simultaneously.

If there are no outgoing edges for a certain combination of state and input, then the clone dies. Any states that are depicted with a double boundary, such as state in Figure When the input string ends, the NFA is said to accept the input string if there exists at least one alternate universe in which the final machine state is an accept state.

A finite automaton consists of a finite set of states, a set of transitions moves , one start state, and a set of final states accepting states. In addition, a DFA has a unique transition for every state-character combination. For example, the previous figure has 4 4.

A DFA accepts a string if starting from the start state and moving from state to state, each time following the arrow that corresponds the current input character, it reaches a final state when the entire input string is consumed.

Otherwise, it rejects the string. Let Q be a finite set and let be a finite set of symbols. We call the elements of Q a state, the transition function, q0 the initial state and A the set of accepting states. The set Q in the above definition is simply a set with a finite number of elements. Its elements can, however, be interpreted as a state that the system automaton is in.

Thus in the example of vending machine, for example, the states of the machine such as "waiting for a customer to put a coin in", "have received 5 cents" etc. The transition function is also called a next state function meaning that the automaton moves into the state q, a if it receives the input symbol a while in state q. Thus in the example of vending machine, if q is the initial state and a nickel is put in, then q, a is equal to "have received 5 cents".

Note that is a function. Thus for each state q of Q and for each symbol a of , q, a must be specified. The accepting states are used to distinguish sequences of inputs given to the finite automaton. Production rules and can express fewer formal languages.

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