Learning computing models from cells and tissues: P systems

G. Paun
2006 Proceedings 20th IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium  
This is intended to be a quick introduction to membrane computing, a branch of natural computing inspired in the structure and functioning of living cells and in their organization in tissues. The corresponding models, called P systems, are parallel distributed computing devices, handling multisets of abstract objects in a compartmentalized architecture defined by cell-like or tissue-like membrane arrangements. This is intended to be a quick introduction to membrane computing, a branch of
more » ... , a branch of natural computing inspired in the structure and functioning of living cells and in their organization in tissues. The corresponding models, called P systems, are parallel distributed computing devices, handling multisets of abstract objects in a compartmentalized architecture defined by cell-like or tissue-like membrane arrangements.This is intended to be a quick introduction to membrane computing, a branch of natural computing inspired in the structure and functioning of living cells and in their organization in tissues. The corresponding models, called P systems, are parallel distributed computing devices, handling multisets of abstract objects in a compartmentalized architecture defined by cell-like or tissuelike membrane arrangements.This is intended to be a quick introduction to membrane computing, a branch of natural computing inspired in the structure and functioning of living cells and in their organization in tissues. The corresponding models, called P systems, are parallel distributed computing devices, handling multisets of abstract objects in a compartmentalized architecture defined by cell-like or tissue-like membrane arrangements. This is intended to be a quick introduction to membrane computing, a branch of natural computing inspired in the structure and functioning of living cells and in their organization in tissues. The corresponding mod-
doi:10.1109/ipdps.2006.1639542 dblp:conf/ipps/Paun06 fatcat:du6gquiot5c7fezzvuydvdxq3y