Difference between Mealy Model and Moore Model of Synchronous Sequential Circuit

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Difference between Mealy Model and Moore Model of Synchronous Sequential Circuit?

Mealy Model and Moore Model

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In a Moore machine the output produced is associated to the current state of the machine and on it only. In a Mealy machine, instead, it is associated to both a state and a specific input.

From a practical point of view you have that output is placed on states in a Moore machine (so every state has its ouput), while on the latter you have outputs on transitions (so an ouput is decided from the current state AND the outgoing transition)



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