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use "autonomous" in a sentence

Councils are appointed bodies with autonomous decision-making and appropriation authority over some segment of government operations outside the Senate proper (for example, the Defense Council, which oversees the Navy).

A grid-based building is less autonomous, but more
behavior, meaning even simple input patterns such as that shown lead to chaotic, seemingly random histories.

The finite automaton, with item sets as its states is shown below.

This distinguishes it from the deterministic finite automaton (DFA), where the next possible state is uniquely determined.

The transition table of this automaton is defined by the shift actions in the action table and the goto actions in the goto table.

Once the input is depleted, the automaton is said to have stopped.

Elementary Cellular Automata Main article: Elementary cellular automaton The simplest nontrivial CA would be one-dimensional, with two possible states per cell, and a cell's neighbors defined to be the adjacent cells on either side of it.

This all is provided by the following: When designing the program the processes (modes of operation) are singled out, each of which is then described by a finite automaton.

Chess Automaton In early 1910, Torres began to construct a chess automaton he dubbed El Ajedrecista (The Chessplayer) that was able to automatically play a king and rook endgame against king from any position, without any human intervention.

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