Are the automata A and A’ shown below equivalent?
To check whether the given two finite-state automata and are equivalent or not.
Two finite-state automatons are given as follows.
Two finite-state automata are said to be equivalent if, and only if, the accepted languages of two automata should be equal to each other.
Let and be two finite-state automata defined on the same set of input symbols . Then is equivalent to if, and only if, .
For both finite-state automatons, the set contain only and as the inputs. To become these two automatons equivalent to each other, the accepted languages should be equal.
If the accepted language of is equal to the accepted language of , for each input string belongs to , there exists an input string in that equal to the first string
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