Deterministic Finite Automata (FA) Examples with a transition table

By Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil
Last modified on April 14th, 2021

Let us begin with Deterministic Finite Automata (FA) Examples with a transition table and detailed explanation.

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The given DFA is for the Regular expression of (bb)*(aa)*.

  • 2 Accepted strings of length 1= {No String Exist}
  • 2 Accepted strings of length 2= {bb, aa}
  • 2 Accepted strings of length 5= {No String Exist}
  • 2 Accepted strings of length 8= {bbbbaaaa, bbbbbbbb, …. and many more similar strings.}
  • 2 Accepted strings of length 10= {bbbbbbaaaa, bbaaaaaaaa, …. and many more similar strings.}
  • 2 Accepted strings of length 15= {No String Exist}
  • 2 Accepted strings of length 20= {bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbaaaa, bbbbbbbbbbaaaaaaaaaa, …. and many more similar strings. }
  • 2 Accepted strings of length 25= {No String Exist}
  • and many more similar strings

 

How to read bb?

0 to 3 | 3 to 0

How to read aa?

0 to 2 | 2 to 1

How to read bbbbaaaa?

0 to 3 | 3 to 0 |0 to 3 |3 to 0| 0 to 2 | 2 to 1| 1 to 2 | 2 to 1

How to read bbbbbbbb?

0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 3 | 3 to 0

How to read bbbbbbaaaa?

0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 2 | 2 to 1| 1 to 2 | 2 to 1

How to read bbaaaaaaaa?

0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 2 | 2 to 1| 1 to 2 | 2 to 1 | 1 to 2| 2 to 1 | 1 to 2 | 2 to 1

How to read bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbaaaa?

0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 3 | 3 to 0 |0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 2 | 2 to 1| 1 to 2 | 2 to 1

How to read bbbbbbbbbbaaaaaaaaaa?

0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 3 | 3 to 0 |0 to 3 | 3 to 0 | 0 to 2 | 2 to 1| 1 to 2 | 2 to 1 | 1 to 2| 2 to 1 | 1 to 2 | 2 to 1 | 1 to 2 | 2 to 1

List of 100+ Important Deterministic Finite Automata

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Here I am showing you a list of some more important Deterministic Finite Automata used in the theory of automata and theory of computation.

  1. DFA for  (a+b)* (a+b)a .
  2. DFA for (bb)*(aa)* .
  3. DFA for  b+a(a+b)*+a.
  4. DFA for (a+b)*b+(bb)*a.
  5. DFA for bb+a(a+b)*+aa.
  6. DFA for  a(a+b)*+bb(a)* .
  7. DFA for  a(a+b)b*+bb(a)*.
  8. DFA for  b(aa)*a+a(bb)*b.
  9. DFA for a+a(aa+b)*(aa)b.
  10. DFA for a+a(aa+b)*+(aa)b.
  11. DFA for (a+b)b(a+b)*+(aa)*b.
  12. FA for strings starting with a and ending with a.
  13. FA for the language of all those strings starting with a.
  14. FA for the language of all those strings containing aa as a substring.
  15. DFA for the language of all those strings starting and ending with the same letters.
  16. DFA for the language of all those strings starting and ending with different letters.
  17. DFA for the language of all those strings having double 0 or double 1.
  18. DFA for the language of all those strings starting and ending with b.
  19. DFA for ending with b.
  20. DFA for the string of even A’s and even b’s.
  21. DFA for the regular expression of  a(a+b)*+(bb)+a(ba)*+aba+bb*(a+b)*.
  22. RegExp and DFA for strings having triple a’s or triple b’s.
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