## Conversion from Mealy machine to Moore MachineIn Moore machine, the output is associated with every state, and in Mealy machine, the output is given along the edge with input symbol. To convert Moore machine to Mealy machine, state output symbols are distributed to input symbol paths. But while converting the Mealy machine to Moore machine, we will create a separate state for every new output symbol and according to incoming and outgoing edges are distributed. The following steps are used for converting Mealy machine to the Moore machine:
## Example 1:Convert the following Mealy machine into equivalent Moore machine.
Transition table for above Mealy machine is as follows: - For state q1, there is only one incident edge with output 0. So, we don't need to split this state in Moore machine.
- For state q2, there is 2 incident edge with output 0 and 1. So, we will split this state into two states q20( state with output 0) and q21(with output 1).
- For state q3, there is 2 incident edge with output 0 and 1. So, we will split this state into two states q30( state with output 0) and q31( state with output 1).
- For state q4, there is only one incident edge with output 0. So, we don't need to split this state in Moore machine.
Transition table for Moore machine will be: Transition diagram for Moore machine will be: ## Example 2:Convert the following Mealy machine into equivalent Moore machine.
Transition table for above Mealy machine is as follows: The state q1 has only one output. The state q2 and q3 have both output 0 and 1. So we will create two states for these states. For q2, two states will be q20(with output 0) and q21(with output 1). Similarly, for q3 two states will be q30(with output 0) and q31(with output 1). Transition table for Moore machine will be: Transition diagram for Moore machine will be: |