The five objects that make up a finite-state automaton are _________, _________, _________, _________, and ._________
To fill in the blanks of the given statement, “The five objects that make up a finite-state automaton are ______, ______, _______, _______, and _______”.
In the statement we are given that there are five objects for a finite-state automaton.
For a finite-state automaton,
First thing is that there should be a finite set of input symbols. This set of symbols is called as Input Alphabet and denoted by .
As well as the input alphabet, we need a set of states with finite number of states that the automaton can approaches. We denote it by .
The set of states should contain a defined state as an initial state along with a defined set of states as accepting states that the automaton actually approaches
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