1. In reference to a Turing machine, an alphabet refers to acceptable symbols for a given turing machine.
2. The start state is the initial state of the Turing machine.
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7. Objects change their state in response to ________________________.
8. It is a __________________ that captures a change to the objects state.
9. A state diagram is also referred to as a state machine or statechart
10. A state diagram shows the states of a _____________.
11. A state is represented as a _____________________.
12. When using Turing machines, state transition diagrams and their associated transition rules can be expressed as ____________.
13. This Turing machine adds two unary numbers by removing the first 1 and then moving it to the next space. It then _______________________________________.
14. The first line of the transition rules shown here (relating to the diagram above) means: if we are on state 1, and receive a 1, then write a square to the tape and __________________.
15. Read the excerpt below. The Turing machine below is in S0, with the read/write head over the square pointed to by the arrow. Which direction does the head move first?
16. How many moves would the head make before it actually writes a symbol?
17. What happens if the machine is in S1 and reads in a Ø?
18. Assuming numbers are coded in such a way that 1 = 0, 11 = 1, 111 = 2, 1111 = 3 etc. what is the purpose of this Turing machine?
19. A FSM can recognize only regular expressions. A stack machine can recognize context-free languages,
20. Finite automaton requires memory which is why it is possible for it to remember the next state as well as its current state.