The purpose of this paper is to introduce the primary algebraic structure of neutrosophic general

finite automata and neutrosophic switchboard

finite automata.

This is a new, purely mathematical approach, in terms of the theory of

finite automata, to the problem considered in our paper.

A second difficulty arises if we try to avoid the difficulty just described by taking as our model, not

finite automata, but Turing machines, which have potentially infinite capacity.

Then, in Section 4, we consider a family of unary promise problems given by Ambainis and Yakaryilmaz in [2], solvable by only two-state one-way quantum

finite automata. On the other hand, for solving this family by the use classical automata, we show that the exact number of states for one-way/two-way deterministic/nondeterministic automata is the same.

The method of

finite automata has researched in the regular expression matching system security for the wireless sensor networks, and matching performance is ignored to further discussion [11]; similarly, the evaluation of the performance based on the queue model in the wireless sensor network (WSN) has been discussed, but the system security matching method not to do more research [12]; therefore, we combined with the previous work, in this paper, the security matching method of

finite automata, and the performance of the queuing model was discussed in WSN.

A great advantage of using

finite automata is its support for formal verification.

5.3.1 The Using of

Finite Automata Methods for the Kazakh language

The 11 lectures delivered during the July 2010 School introduce the modern theory of groups generated by

finite automata, noncommutative calculus and operads, applications of noncommutative tori to number theory and physics, the construction of spectral triples, twisted bundles and twisted K-theory, and noncommuntative motives.

To extend control theory of discrete event systems (DESs) expressed by

finite automata [1] to that of infinite-state DESs is one of the challenging topics.

Actually we implemented our theoretical model of

finite automata (more powerful than the one presented in Benenson et al.

The work proposes the use of

finite automata method Mealy apparatus--in describing the logical processes within a microprocessor device control-ling an electromechanical system.