Mealy machine


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Mealy machine

[′mē·lē mə‚shēn]
(computer science)
A sequential machine in which the output depends on both the current state of the machine and the input.
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Now we are defining the new Definition of Mealy Machine based on Neutrosophic Relation and Equivalence Relations as:
He then works through an analysis of synchronous sequential machines including sequential circuits and methods of analysis, the synthesis of synchronous sequential machines, including Moore and Mealy machines, analysis of asynchronous sequential machines, synthesis of asynchronous sequential machines, and pulse-mode asynchronous sequential machines.