Chung Laung Liu

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The most important characteristic of a finite automaton is that it has a "memory." By this we mean that the behavior of an automaton is dependent upon its past history. In this report several special cases are studied in which the unique determination of the behavior of an automaton is possible, even when a portion of its past history is unknown.
In this paper, a multiplexing scheme for increasing the reliability of logical networks consisting of threshold elements is discussed. This scheme is a slight modification of yon Neumann ' s (1956) multiplexing scheme. I t takes advantage of the fact tha t a threshold element can be used for the combined functions of a logic gate ( tha t performs digital(More)
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