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if a state is an initial state and has no outgoing paths except a transition towards itself, is that state considered as a reachable state?
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Every initial state is a reachable state, regardless whether it has outgoing paths or not.
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then professor what are those initial states which are considered as deadend states?
Well, as the name says, these are the initial states that have no outgoing transition. They are also reachable, but are deadend states. That is not a contradiction.
understood. Thank you, professor.
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