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To present the algorithm that solves the homing problem, it is convenient to introduce the concept of partialization of a set X : a partialization of X is a collection Q of subsets of X (which, similar to those of partition, will be called “blocks” herein) such that 1. the same element can belong to several blocks of Q; 2. the sum of all elements in Q (possibly repeated) is not greater than n. It is easy to check that, given both a function f : X → X and a partialization Q of X , the set Q := f (Q) whose elements are the images of all blocks of Q with respect to f is also a partialization of X .

Realization of a ﬁnite-state system. 2), describe the behavior of ﬁnite-state systems, can be speciﬁed by means of two tables or a graph, as follows. 1. Transition and output tables: In the most general case (Mealy model) transition and output tables are shown in Fig. 30(a,b). They have n rows and p columns, labeled with the state and input symbols respectively: the intersection of row xi and column uj shows the value of next-state function f (xi , uj ) and output function g(xi, uj ). In the case of a purely dynamic system (Moore model) the output table is simpliﬁed as shown in Fig.

Proof. 14) for all values of i greater than k provides the same set, since at each additional step the same formula is applied to the same set. 15). 1 Consider a ﬁnite-state system having n states. If state xj is reachable from xi , transition can be obtained in, at most, n − 1 steps. Proof. It has been remarked in the previous proof that the number of elements of sets Wi+ (x) (i = 0, 1, 2, . . ) strictly increases until the condition + (x) = Wi+ (x) is met. Since W0 (0) has at least one element, the total numWi+1 ber of transitions cannot be greater than n − 1.