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Page 5101 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 2000g [page]

2000 Mathematical Reviews  
{Most of the papers are being reviewed individually. } 20002:68073 68Q45 Amin, Mohamed (ET-MENS2-CS; Shibin El-Koom) Remarks on the relationship between cooperating distributed grammar systems and Lindenmayer  ...  Dassow, CD grammar systems versus L systems (18-32); Victor Mitrana, On the degree of cooperation in CD grammar systems (33-40); Dietmar Watjen, Cooperating distributed limited OL sys- tems with external  ... 

Logical string rewriting

Vincenzo Manca
2001 Theoretical Computer Science  
Finally, new possibilities of this logical approach are outlined in the formalization of molecule manipulation systems inspired by chemical and biochemical processes.  ...  A logical analysis of string manipulation systems is presented that provides a uniÿcation of many formalisms and suggests a framework for the investigation of complex discrete dynamics.  ...  one conclusion (although, as it was already remarked, this is true for derivation systems).  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0304-3975(00)00212-7 fatcat:eodxbzphpjearfjubkufe5zfpm

Composing by Laypeople: A Broader Perspective Provided by Arithmetic Operation Grammar

Guido Kramann
2020 Computer Music Journal  
To prove practical use of this approach, AOG is combined with a user interface that is more suitable for adults as a target group and another one that is more appropriate for primary school children.  ...  As an alternative to classical music theory, with all its complications, the generative composition method Arithmetic Operation Grammar (AOG) is used, which is much easier to learn.  ...  Thus, AOG also takes a special position among generative grammars in relation to music: Typical representatives, such as Lindenmayer systems or cellular automata, produce patterns using symbolic representations  ... 
doi:10.1162/comj_a_00550 fatcat:45t4yorjing7jkanr5nzit3pcu

A review of morphogenetic engineering

René Doursat, Hiroki Sayama, Olivier Michel
2013 Natural Computing  
Particular emphasis is set on the programmability and computational abilities of self-organization, properties that are often underappreciated in CS science-while, conversely, the benefits of self-organization  ...  It is the first initiative of its kind to rally and promote models and implementations of complex self-architecturing systems.  ...  Lindenmayer to give a formal description of the cellular development of filamentous plants (Prusinkiewicz and Lindenmayer 1991) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11047-013-9398-1 fatcat:wm4vmlwuqfbgteigyfuz3vbm2m

A neurobiologically inspired model of social cognition: Memes spreading in the Internet

Armando Freitas da Rocha, Eduardo Massad, Paulo Cesar C. dos Santos, Alfredo Pereira
2015 Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures  
Among the results of this study, we highlight: (1) The operationalization of memetics in a cognitive architecture that is based on biological constraints and possible to be implemented in digital computers  ...  The model describes processes of communication between individuals of the same biological species, which share the same computational mechanisms of neural information processing.  ...  By increasing the recursion level the form slowly 'grows' and becomes more complex. Lindenmayer systems are also popular in the generation of artificial life.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bica.2015.09.001 fatcat:vndocg23r5hc3f3z3ehvlnt6wm

A Comprehensive Overview of the Applications of Artificial Life

Kyung-Joong Kim, Sung-Bae Cho
2006 Artificial Life  
We review the applications of artificial life (ALife), the creation of synthetic life on computers to study, simulate, and understand living systems.  ...  The definition and features of ALife are shown by application studies.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was supported by Brain Science and Engineering Research Program sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energ y.  ... 
doi:10.1162/106454606775186455 pmid:16393455 fatcat:mecyoromlvbitjxotdorzldiii

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(:Unkn) Unknown, Mediarep.Org, Jörg Schirra
2021 Image  
We also thank Sheelagh Carpendale, Pauline Jepp, Petra Neumann, and Martin Schwarz for fruitful discussions on the topic.  ...  Acknowledgements Ole Kniemeyer designed and implemented the programming language XL and the GroIMP software; without these tools and without his help this study would not have been possible.  ...  distribution between 0.3 and 1.  ... 
doi:10.25969/mediarep/16743 fatcat:uh3wpotdmjgpjciazcj4cmbjie

Membrane computing: Brief introduction, recent results and applications

Gheorghe Păun, Mario J. Pérez-Jiménez
2006 Biosystems (Amsterdam. Print)  
The internal organization and functioning of living cells, as well as their cooperation in tissues and higher order structures, can be a rich source of inspiration for computer science, not fully exploited  ...  After briefly discussing some general issues related to natural computing, this paper provides an informal introduction to membrane computing, focused on the main ideas, the main classes of results and  ...  A rule of the general form is called cooperative, when u consists of a single object the rule is called non-cooperative (this corresponds to context-free rules in Chomsky grammars), while an intermediate  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.biosystems.2006.02.001 pmid:16650521 fatcat:umf6zudi2febpj5wovkf2oxh4q

Order and complexity in dynamical systems: Homeodynamics as a generalized mechanics for biology

F.E. Yates
1994 Mathematical and computer modelling  
Homeodynamics predicts quasi-periodicity or asymptotic orbital stability as the manifestations of stability of developing and evolving systems, and it attempts to reconcile the conflict between an informational  ...  Mathematical, physical, and biological order are contrasted and complexity is defined. The Newtonian model of dynamics is shown to be inapplicable to complex systems.  ...  The relationships between the two kinds of time are nonlinear, and we do not have the transformation rules between them.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0895-7177(94)90189-9 fatcat:ku5na5nefvbfzl4duba6i74cfm

A Synthesis of the Cell2Organ Developmental Model [chapter]

Sylvain Cussat-Blanc, Jonathan Pascalie, Sébastien Mazac, Hervé Luga, Yves Duthen
2012 Understanding Complex Systems  
We also present an alternative model for the chemical layer that replaces molecular morphogens with a generative process based on L-systems.  ...  The first layer represents a chemical solution, in which cells can divide and process substrates through chemical reactions.  ...  Instead, it is based on L-systems, which are a class of generative methods (named after Lindenmayer) using formal grammars of rewriting rules.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33902-8_14 fatcat:vwe2pvzpjnbmvl2axx36wgu7wq

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

Gheorghe Păun
2016 Emergence, Complexity and Computation  
On the one hand, it promises too much, at least with respect to my scientific preoccupations in the last two decades and with respect to the discussion which follows.  ...  Pȃun "From cells to (silicon) computers, and back", published in the volume New Computational Paradigms. Changing Conceptions of what is Computable (B.S. Cooper, B. Lowe, A. Sorbi, eds.),  ...  restrictions, the Chomsky grammars, the Lindenmayer systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-33924-5_30 fatcat:5un6zuvwvfchbbqazd5h4eru3y

Artificial Development [chapter]

Simon Harding, Wolfgang Banzhaf
2009 Understanding Complex Systems  
In this chapter, we discuss how the metaphor of biological development can be used in artificial systems and highlight some of the challenges of this emerging field.  ...  Nature is extremely intricate when compared to human designs, and incorporates features such as the ability to scale, adapt and self-repair that could be usefully incorporated into human-designed artifacts  ...  It is also unclear what the relationship would be between developmental physics and the physics of the hardware on which the artificial developmental system is implemented.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-77657-4_9 fatcat:qi4w27ynuvbz7d7usova3qaham

A guide to membrane computing

Gheorghe Păun, Grzegorz Rozenberg
2002 Theoretical Computer Science  
Thus, membrane computing can be seen as an extension of DNA (m ore generally, molecular) computing, from the "one-processor" level to a distributed computing model.  ...  -symbol-object P systems with multiset rewriting rules, systems with symport/antiport rules, systems with string-objects, tissue-like P systems, and neurallike P systems.  ...  Then, also the parallelism is considered in many areas of formal languages, and it is the main feature of Lindenmayer systems.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0304-3975(02)00136-6 fatcat:u5gj4rfjr5guva3aggjsfjozi4

Page 1856 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. 32, Issue Index [page]

Mathematical Reviews  
(English summary) 2000i:68095 Amin, Mohamed Remarks on the relationship between cooperating distributed grammar systems and Lindenmayer systems.  ...  The ancestor width of grammars and languages. (English summary) 2000a:68075 Bruyére, Véronique (with De Felice, Clelia) On the existence of codings between trace monoids.  ... 

A brief history of cellular automata

Palash Sarkar
2000 ACM Computing Surveys  
The emphasis is mainly on topics closer to computer science and mathematics rather than physics, biology or other applications.  ...  The work should be of interest to both new entrants into the field as well as researchers working on particular aspects of cellular automata.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The author is greatly indebted to Rana Barua for reading the manuscript and, more importantly, for all the discussions on CA that made this work possible.  ... 
doi:10.1145/349194.349202 fatcat:llv74746vnbwxcslsvadfiv4xi
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