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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsA finite-state automaton A given by the transition diagram below, has next-stale function N and eventual-state function N*. a. Find N ( s 1 , 1 ) and N ( s 0 , 1 ) . b. Find N ( s 2 , 0 ) and N ( s 1 , 0 ) . c. Find N * ( s 0 , 10011 ) and N * ( s 1 , 01001 ) . d. Find N * ( s 2 , 11010 ) and N * ( s 0 , 01000 ) .BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 12.2, Problem 10ES

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A finite-state automaton *A *given by the transition diagram below, has next-stale function *N *and eventual-state function *N*. *

a. Find

b. Find
*. *

c. Find
*.*d. Find

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