Turing machine to Multiply two binary numbers

By: Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil

Turing machine to Multiply two binary numbers.

Example: ’10*10′ => ‘100’, ’11*10′ => ‘110’.
Let’s test the turning machine with the input as ’11*1′ # 3*5 = 15 (1111 in binary)

Note:

1->1->R and 1->R are same things. Both represent read 1, write 1, and move right.
[ and Delta and empty cell of tape are the same things

Turing machine to Multiply two binary numbers with animations

Turing machine to Multiply two binary numbers
Turing machine to Multiply two binary numbers

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