Python finite state machine
Introduction
A finite state machine (FSM) is a mathematical model of computation with states, transitions, inputs and outputs. This machine is always in a one state at the time and can move to other states using transitions. A transition changes the state of the machine to another state.
A large number of problems can be modeled using finite state machines. Simple examples of state machines used in modern life are vending machines, elevators and traffic lights. Advanced usage are artificial intelligence, language parsing and communication protocol design.
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Finite State Machine Example
First install the Fysom module:
sudo pip install fysom
We can define a Finite State Machine (FSM) with two states: sleeping and awake. To move between the states we will define the transitions wakeup() and sleep(). Finite state machine. States: awake, sleeping. Transitions: sleep, wake up
Example:
from fysom import * 
Result:

Finite State Machines
There are several implementations of Finite State Machines in Python:
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