computer science Show the FSM for an imaginary machine with three states: A (starting state),B, and C; and four events: events 1, 2, 3, and 4. The following specify the behavior of the machine:
**a**. When in state A, two events may occur: event 1 and event 2. If event 1 occurs, the machine performs action 1 and moves to state B. If event 2 occurs, the machine moves to state C (no action).
**b**. When in state B, two events may occur: event 3 and event 4. If event 3 occurs, the machine performs action 2, but remains in state B. If event 4 occurs, the machine just moves to state C.
**c**. When in state C, the machine remains in this state forever. 7th Edition•ISBN: 9780323087896 (1 more)Julie S Snyder, Linda Lilley, Shelly Collins 7th Edition•ISBN: 9780323527361Julie S Snyder, Mariann M Harding 7th Edition•ISBN: 9780323402118Gary A. Thibodeau, Kevin T. Patton 7th Edition•ISBN: 9781260691979Kathryn A Booth, Leesa Whicker, Sandra Moaney Wright, Terri D Wyman