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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This paper presents membrane systems as an appropriate model for distributed computing, an efficient and natural environment to present the fundamental distributed algorithms. We support the idea that P systems can become a primary model for distributed computing, particularly for message-passing algorithms. We present the core theory, the fundamental algorithms and problems in distributed computing. We focus on an example describing an immune response system against virus attacks. The exampledoi:10.1007/3-540-36490-0_12 fatcat:w5v33hauy5cgdnllfkhk3juk4u