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SCI 232 CSCI 232 Computer Networking: Finite State Machines George Blankenship Finite State Machines George Blankenship 1
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Outline • Background erminology Terminology • Notation l • Examples Finite State Machines George Blankenship 2
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Background • One view of an algorithm is a sequence of steps • The sequence is fixed where the next step is dependent upon events that occur during the rrent step current step • Deterministic – each set of conditions yields ngle next step single next step • Closed set of independent variables – next step is function of only current state and events that a function of only current state and events that occur during state Finite State Machines George Blankenship 3
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Turing Machines • The description of computational problems is by Alan uring Turing – Objective was to understand the basis of the computational environment – Key to understanding the algorithm is the notation used to describe the algorithm •C o m
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