Turing Machine of equal a and b in theory of automata
Turing Machine of equal a’s and b’s:
Suppose we want to design a Turing Machine for the language of a^{n}b^{n} where a=b.
Logic:
If machine reads anyone a from the input tape, then machine write X and if machine reads any b then machine write y;
a = X
b = Y
Purpose to make every a as X and to every b as Y is only to match one a with one b. This is the way to the bound equal number of a’s and b’s.
Accepted strings:
Such kind of strings should be accepted by Turing Machine.
e.g, ab, aabb, aaabbb,…..etc.
Rejected strings:
Such kind of strings should be rejected by Turing Machine.
e.g, abb, aab, aaabb,…..etc.
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