Example of finite state automaton, Theory of Computation

The initial ID of the automaton given in Figure 3, running on input ‘aabbba' is

(A, aabbba)

The ID after the ?rst three transitions of the computation is

(F, bba)

The progress of a computation involves a series of steps, each transforming an ID into its successor-consuming the next symbol of the input, following the corresponding edge and updating the state accordingly.

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