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Modelling Vibrio fischeri’s behaviour Using P Systems [Presentation]
Quorum sensing is a cell density dependent gene regulation system that allows an entire population of bacterial cells to communicate in order to regulate the expression of certain or specific genes in a coordinated way ...
Solving SAT with membrane creation [Presentation]
(University of Amsterdam, 2005)
Membrane Computing is a branch of Natural Computing which starts from the assumption that the processes taking place in the compartmental structure of a living cell can be interpreted as computations. In this paper we ...
A Study of the Robustness of the EGFR Signalling Cascade Using Continuous Membrane Systems [Chapter of Book]
Many approaches to anticancer treatment have had a limited success. A fundamental hurdle to cancer therapy is the robustness of the signalling networks involved in tumourgenesis. The complexity of net- works of biological ...
Attacking the Common Algorithmic Problem by Recognizer P Systems [Chapter of Book]
Many NP-complete problems can be viewed as special cases of the Common Algorithmic Problem (CAP). In a precise sense, which will be defined in the paper, one may say that CAP has a property of local universality. In ...
Trading Polarization for Bi-stable Catalysts in P Systems with Active Membranes [Chapter of Book]
In the last time, several efforts have been made in order to remove polarizations of membranes from P systems with active membranes; the present paper is a contribution in this respect. In order to compensate the loss ...
Simulating Avascular Tumors with Membrane Systems [Presentation]
(Fénix Editora, 2005)
Tumor growth has received a considerable attention by the scientific community. In the earliest stages of development, tumor growth seems to be regulated by direct diffusion of nutrients and wastes from and to surrounding ...
Solving the BINPACKING Problem by Recognizer P Systems with Active Membranes [Presentation]
(Fénix Editora, 2004)
In this paper we present an e®ective solution to the BINPACKING problem using a family of recognizer P systems with active membranes, input membrane and external output. The analysis of the solution presented here will ...
An Efficient Family of P Systems for Packing Items into Bins [Article]
(Graz University of Technology, Institut für Informationssysteme und Computer Medie, 2004)
A Modeling Approach Based on P Systems with Bounded Parallelism [Chapter of Book]
This paper presents a general framework for modelling with membrane systems that is based on a computational paradigm where rules have associated a finite set of attributes and a corresponding function. Attributes and ...
A CLIPS Simulator for Recognizer P Systems with Active Membranes [Presentation]
(Fénix Editora, 2004)
In this paper we propose a new way to represent recognizer P systems with active membranes based on Production Systems techniques. This representation allows us to express the set of rules and the configurations in each ...