If A is a finite-state automaton, then for some integer , the set of K-equivalence classes of states of A equals the set of -equivalence classes of A, and for all such K these are both equal to the set of .________
The characteristics of equivalence classes of a finite-state automaton where .
The set of equivalence classes contains several sets of states of the automaton . As well as the equivalence classes, the set of equivalent classes contains the sets of states in a different manner. But the thing is, until is an integer such that , . Hence, equivalence classes have been formed by subdividing the equivalent classes
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