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> Is there any software to draw finite automata (deterministic,
> indeterministic, push-down etc.)? Or can any of the existing tools for
> the drawing of graphs or social networks may do the job? Of course, an
> automaton is a valued directed graph in which some nodes are
> represented peculiarly (the initial and the final states) and values
> over arcs are strings or expressions of symbols. In Pajek, for
> instance, I don't know how to insert non-numeric values over links.
> So, I'd appreciate any suggestions.
In Pajek you have to prepare link labels on the input file.
On the input file you can spacify a large number of graphical
elements that are not yet available in the GUI.
See page 75 in the manual
See also page 41.
Vladimir Batagelj, University of Ljubljana, FMF, Department of Mathematics
Jadranska 19, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
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