You may have seen the discussion on finite state automata on the Brilliant Wiki, or your own Theory of Computation course.

Weighted Automata are a generalization of the same concept where we model systems which assign some quantity to each possible trace of actions.

If you wish to learn Weighted Automata, check out the Weighted Automata course by Prof. Aiswarya at Chennai Mathematical Institute.

I am proud to note that I scribed the lecture notes for her class, and they should be self contained and approachable, provided you have some rudimentary background in Theory of Computation.

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