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CSI 3104 /Winter 2006: Introduction to Formal Languages Chapter 6: Transition Graphs

Chapter 6: Transition GraphsWe introduce the first non-deterministic but simple theoretical machine: Transition Graph.

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An FA: {baa} a,b The word a? The word baabb? The input fails, or the machine fails on the input. The input is rejected.Dr. Nejib Zaguia CSI3104-W06 2

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A transition graph that accepts the language {baa} What it seems to be a More Powerful Machine

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Two other equivalent Transition Graphs with fewer states baa baa + +

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The word a? The word baabb? The input crashes. The machine crashes. The input is rejected. (2 ways for an input to be rejected)CSI3104-W06 4

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baa? a choice, a decision 2 possible paths

b|aa - accepted b|a|a - rejected 1 way to crash ba|a rejected The machine represents a language L. baa L? For all w, w L if there exists a path that arrives at a final state.Dr. Nejib Zaguia CSI3104-W06 5

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A transition graph (TG) is the following 3 things: 1. a finite set of states, at least one of which is designated as the start state, and some (maybe none) of which are designated the final states (or accepting states) 2. an alphabet of input letters 3. a finite set of transitions that show how to go to a new state, for some pairs of state and substrings of letters (or ). (One pair can have 0, 1, or more next-states.)Dr. Nejib Zaguia CSI3104-W06 7

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A successful path is a series of edges beginning at some start state and ending at a final state. The concatenation of all the substrings that label the edges in the path is a word accepted by this machine. The set of words accepted is the language of the transition graph.

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Many start states1 2 3

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These two machines are clearly equivalent. Remark: Every finite automaton is a transition graph.Dr. Nejib Zaguia CSI3104-W06 10

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transition graph: Some words can fail, crash, and succeed: abab.

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A generalized transition graph (GTG) is the following 3 things: 1. a finite set of states, at least one of which is designated as the start state, and some (maybe none) of which are designated the final states (or accepting states) 2. an alphabet of input letters 3. a finite set of edges connecting some pairs of states, each labeled with a regular expressionDr. Nejib Zaguia CSI3104-W06 19

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Words without 2 bs in a row: a*

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Choosing Transitions

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