Difference between Mealy machine and Moore machine

Mealy Machine is defined as a machine in the theory of computation whose output values are determined by both its current state and current inputs. In this machine at most one transition is possible.
It has 6 tuples: (Q, q0, âˆ‘, â–², Î´, Î»â€™)

1. Q is a finite set of states
2. q0 is the initial state
3. âˆ‘ is the input alphabet
4. â–² is the output alphabet
5. Î´ is the transition function that maps QÃ—âˆ‘ â†’ Q
6. â€˜Î»â€™ is the output function that maps QÃ—âˆ‘â†’ â–²

Prerequisite – Mealy and Moore Machines

The diagram is as follows:

Moore Machine:

Moore’s machine is defined as a machine in the theory of computation whose output values are determined only by its current state. It has also 6 tuples

`(Q, q0, âˆ‘, â–², Î´, Î») `
1. Q is a finite set of states
2. q0 is the initial state
3. âˆ‘ is the input alphabet
4. â–² is the output alphabet
5. Î´ is the transition function that maps QÃ—âˆ‘ â†’ Q
6. Î» is the output function that maps Q â†’ â–²

Diagram:

The difference between the Mealy machine and Moore machine is as follows: