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Thursday, February 10, 2011

Difference between DFA and NFA



DFA Vs. NFA

(1)
  • For Every symbol of the alphabet, there is only one state transition in DFA.
  • We do not need to specify how does the NFA react according to some symbol.


(2)
  • DFA can not use Empty String transition.
  • NFA can use Empty String transition.


(3)
  • DFA can be understood as one machine.
  • NFA can be understood as multiple little machines computing at the same time.


(4)
  • DFA will reject the string if it end at other than accepting state.
  • If all of the branches of NFA dies or rejects the string, we can say that NFA reject the string.

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