Algorithm for the universal recognition problem, Theory of Computation

Sketch an algorithm for the universal recognition problem for SL2. This takes an automaton and a string and returns TRUE if the string is accepted by the automaton, FALSE otherwise. Assume the automaton is given just as a sequence of pairs of symbols and that the automaton and string are both over the same language. Give an argument justifying the correctness of your algorithm.

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