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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
P systems are the computational models introduced in the context of membrane computing, a computational paradigm within the more general area of unconventional computing. Kernel P (kP) systems are defined to unify the specification of different variants of P systems, motivated by challenging theoretical aspects and the need to model different problems. kP systems are supported by a software framework, called kPWorkbench, which integrates a set of related simulation and verificationdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-28475-0_11 fatcat:lydptol4tnhornvxftelrv6kmy