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Title: Simulating Membrane Systems in Digital Computers
Authors: Arroyo, Fernando
Luengo, Carmen
Fernandez, Luis
De Mingo, Luis
Castellanos, Juan
Keywords: Simulation
Membrane Computing
Evolution Rules
Membrane Structure
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA
Abstract: Membrane Computing started with the analogy between some processes produced inside the complex structure of living cells and computational processes. In the same way that in other branches of Natural Computing, the model is extracted from nature but it is not clear whether or not the model must come back to nature to be implemented. As in other cases in Natural Computing: Artificial Neural Networks, Genetic Algorithms, etc; the models have been implemented in digital computers. Hence, some papers have been published considering implementation of Membrane Computing in digital computers. This paper introduces an overview in the field of simulation in Membrane Computing.
Description: * Work partially supported by contribution of EU commission Under The Fifth Framework Programme, project “MolCoNet” IST-2001-32008.
ISSN: 1313-0463
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