Finite State Machine

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A finite state machine (FSM) is a behavior model composed of a finite number of states linked by transitions between those states. For more detailed information on FSMs, please visit the Wikipedia page, Finite-state Machine.


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Description

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Usage Example

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Typical Uses

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Similar Architectures

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Games That Use This Architecture

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