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 Sep 28 awarded Autobiographer Jan 6 awarded Citizen Patrol Jan 5 awarded Popular Question Jan 20 awarded Supporter Jan 2 comment My Moore and Mealy machines look the same. Why? It's not the end of the world if I get this excercise wrong. At least I am now confident enough with my understanding of the problem that I can hand this in. Thank you very much! Jan 2 comment My Moore and Mealy machines look the same. Why? @copper.hat: For building the machines I used the fact that divisible by 3 is equivalent to the cross total is divisible by 3. An input of 627 outputs 101, as 6 % 3 = 0, 62 % 3 = 2 and 627 % 3 = 0 (% is the modulo operator). The modulos are simply added for each new digit in the input stream. Jan 2 comment My Moore and Mealy machines look the same. Why? @Alex: There are two excerises that require me to build a Mealy and a Moore machine for the same problem. I wonder if my professor thought that it is necessary to have this realisation twice. Otherwise I still don't see the point. Jan 2 awarded Student Jan 2 revised My Moore and Mealy machines look the same. Why? edited tags Jan 2 comment My Moore and Mealy machines look the same. Why? This renders the excercise of building a Moore and a Mealy machine for the same problem kind of pointless. Unless my professor only wants to test my ability to draw diagrams. Jan 1 asked My Moore and Mealy machines look the same. Why?