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      Looking for Computers in the Biological Cell. After Twenty Years  [Presentation]

      Paun, Gheorghe (Fénix Editora, 2015)
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      On The Semantics of Annihilation Rules in Membrane Computing  [Presentation]

      Díaz Pernil, Daniel; Freund, Rudolf; Gutiérrez Naranjo, Miguel Ángel; Leporati, Alberto (Fénix Editora, 2015)
      It is well known that polarizationless recognizer P systems with active membranes, without dissolution, with division of elementary and non-elementary membranes, with antimatter and matter/antimatter annihilation rules ...
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      Monodirectional P Systems  [Presentation]

      Leporati, Alberto; Manzoni, Luca; Mauri, Giancarlo; Porreca, Antonio E.; Zandron, Claudio (Fénix Editora, 2015)
      We investigate the in uence that the ow of information in membrane systems has on their computational complexity. In particular, we analyse the behaviour of P systems with active membranes where communication only ...
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      Simulating Membrane Systems and Dissolution in a Typed Chemical Calculus  [Presentation]

      Aman, Bogdan; Battyányi, Péter; Ciobanu, Gabriel; Vaszil, György (Fénix Editora, 2015)
      We present a transformation of membrane systems, possibly with pro- moter/inhibitor rules, priority relations, and membrane dissolution, into formulas of the chemical calculus such that terminating computations of membranes ...
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      The Pole Balancing Problem with Enzymatic Numerical P Systems  [Presentation]

      Llorente Rivera, Domingo; Gutiérrez Naranjo, Miguel Ángel (Fénix Editora, 2015)
      Pole balancing is a control benchmark widely used in engineering. It involves a pole a xed to a cart via a joint which allows movement along a single axis. In this problem, the movement of the cart is restricted to the ...
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      Variants of P Systems with Toxic Objects  [Presentation]

      Alhazov, Artiom; Freund, Rudolf; Ivanov, Sergiu (Fénix Editora, 2015)
      Toxic objects have been introduced to avoid trap rules, especially in (purely) catalytic P systems. No toxic object is allowed to stay idle during a valid derivation in a P system with toxic objects. In this paper we ...
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      Extended Spiking Neural P Systems with White Hole Rules  [Presentation]

      Alhazov, Artiom; Freund, Rudolf; Ivanov, Sergiu; Oswald, Marion; Verlan, Sergey (Fénix Editora, 2015)
      We consider extended spiking neural P systems with the additional possibility of so-called \white hole rules", which send the complete contents of a neuron to other neurons, and we show how this extension of the original ...
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      Minimal Cooperation in P Systems with Symport/Antiport: A Complexity Approach  [Presentation]

      Valencia Cabrera, Luis; Song, Bosheng; Macías Ramos, Luis Felipe; Pan, Linqiang; Riscos Núñez, Agustín; Pérez Jiménez, Mario de Jesús (Fénix Editora, 2015)
      Membrane systems with symport/antiport rules compute by just moving objects among membranes, and not by changing the objects themselves. In these systems the environment plays an active role because, not only it receives ...
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      Some Quick Research Topics  [Presentation]

      Paun, Gheorghe (Fénix Editora, 2015)
      Some research topics are suggested, in a preliminary form, in most cases dealing with (somewhat nonstandard) extensions of existing types of P systems.
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      Thirteen Brainstorming Week on Membrane Computing Sevilla, February 2-6, 2015 : RGNC Report 1/2015  [Book]

      Macías Ramos, Luis Felipe; Paun, Gheorghe; Riscos Núñez, Agustín; Valencia Cabrera, Luis (Fénix Editora, 2015)
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      Asynchronous Spiking Neural P Systems with Structural Plasticity  [Presentation]

      Cabarle, Francis George C.; Adorna, Henry N.; Pérez Jiménez, Mario de Jesús (Fénix Editora, 2015)
      Spiking neural P (in short, SNP) systems are computing devices inspired by biological spiking neurons. In this work we consider SNP systems with structural plasticity (in short, SNPSP systems) working in the asynchronous ...
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      Notes on Spiking Neural P Systems and Finite Automata  [Presentation]

      Cabarle, Francis George C.; Adorna, Henry N.; Pérez Jiménez, Mario de Jesús (Fénix Editora, 2015)
      Spiking neural P systems (in short, SNP systems) are membrane computing models inspired by the pulse coding of information in biological neurons. SNP systems with standard rules have neurons that emit at most one spike ...