4 Mar 1999 12:12:10 -0500

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From: | "James E. Stine" <jes6@eecs.lehigh.edu> |

Newsgroups: | comp.compilers |

Date: | 4 Mar 1999 12:12:10 -0500 |

Organization: | Lehigh University |

References: | 99-03-010 |

Keywords: | DFA |

Hi,

There is some computer tools called Octtools from the University of

California at Berkeley that will do this job for you. Other methods

might be found in the the Aho, et. al compiler book and digital logic

books(sometimes called state decomposition). Those are the ones I know

about. There are probably others. Take care

James Stine

jes6@eecs.lehigh.edu

*> I am evaluating the ways to compress the finite state machine.*

*> Is there anyone be kind enough to provide some possible solutions?*

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