DESUMA2 Functions

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:-Select '''Conflict'''.
 
:-Select '''Conflict'''.
 
:-Check the two automata desired.
 
:-Check the two automata desired.
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:-Click submit.
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=== Equivalent ===
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Tests for language equivalency of two FSMs.
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Requires two input FSMs.
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Use:
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:-Open '''Manipulation''' under the '''Umdes''' drop-down menu.
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:-Select ''Equivalent''
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:-Check the two FSMs desired.
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:-Click submit.
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=== Inclusion ===
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Tests if L(H) contains L(G) and Lm(H) contains Lm(G).
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Requires two input FSMs, H and G.
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Use:
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:-Open '''Manipulation''' under the '''Umdes''' drop-down menu.
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:-Select '''Inclusion'''.
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:-In order, select FSM H, then select FSM G.
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:-Click submit.
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=== Inverse Projection to L ===
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Returns the inverse projection of a FSM with respect to another FSM and a given event list.
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Requires two input FSMs, H and G, and an event list.
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Use:
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:-Open '''Manipulation''' under the '''Umdes''' drop-down menu.
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:-Select '''Inverse Projection to L'''.
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:-Select the two FSMs, then open the file browser to select the event list.
 
:-Click submit.
 
:-Click submit.

Revision as of 17:22, August 1, 2013

This tutorial page for DESUMA and UMDES focuses on the use of the UMDES operations on automata.

For a full list of all UMDES functions and how to use them, visit the UMDES Commands page.

Contents

Manipulation

Accessibility

Removes any inaccessible states from input automaton.

The function requires one input automaton.

Use:

-Open Manipulation under the Umdes drop-down menu.
-Select Accessibility.
-Check the automaton desired.
-Click submit.

Co-Accessibility

Returns co-accessible part of input automaton.

This function requires one input automaton.

Use:

-Open Manipulation under the Umdes drop-down menu.
-Select Co-Accessibility.
-Check the automaton desired.
-Click submit.

Complement FSM

Returns the complement of the input automaton.

This function requires one input automaton.

Use:

-Open Manipulation under the Umdes drop-down menu.
-Select Complement FSM
-Check the automaton desired.
-Click submit.

Concatenation

Returns the concatenation of two input automata.

Requires two input automata.

Use:

-Open Manipulation under the Umdes drop-down menu.
-Select Concatenation.
-Select the two automata desired.
-Click submit.

Conflict

Tests for non-conflicting languages of two automata.

Requires two input automata.

Use:

-Open Manipulation under the Umdes drop-down menu.
-Select Conflict.
-Check the two automata desired.
-Click submit.

Equivalent

Tests for language equivalency of two FSMs.

Requires two input FSMs.

Use:

-Open Manipulation under the Umdes drop-down menu.
-Select Equivalent
-Check the two FSMs desired.
-Click submit.

Inclusion

Tests if L(H) contains L(G) and Lm(H) contains Lm(G).

Requires two input FSMs, H and G.

Use:

-Open Manipulation under the Umdes drop-down menu.
-Select Inclusion.
-In order, select FSM H, then select FSM G.
-Click submit.

Inverse Projection to L

Returns the inverse projection of a FSM with respect to another FSM and a given event list.

Requires two input FSMs, H and G, and an event list.

Use:

-Open Manipulation under the Umdes drop-down menu.
-Select Inverse Projection to L.
-Select the two FSMs, then open the file browser to select the event list.
-Click submit.
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