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Spiking neural P systems (SN P systems, for short) are a class of distributed parallel computing devices inspired from the way neurons communicate by means of spikes, where each neuron can have several spiking rules and forgetting rules and neurons work in parallel in the sense that each neuron that can fire should fire at each computation step. In this(More)
Spiking neural P systems (SN P systems, for short) are a class of distributed parallel computing devices inspired from the way neurons communicate by means of spikes. Recently, a variant of SN P systems was considered: at each step the neuron with the minimum number of spikes among the neurons that can spike will fire. It has been shown, in previous papers,(More)
Spiking neural P systems (SN P systems, for short) are a class of distributed parallel computing devices inspired from the way neurons communicate by means of spikes. In this work, we consider SN P systems with the following restriction: at each step the active neuron with the maximum (or minimum) number of spikes among the neurons that can spike will fire(More)
In this paper, the Periodic Capacitated Arc Routing Problem (PCARP) is investigated. PCARP is an extension of the well-known CARP from a single period to a multi-period horizon. In PCARP, two objectives are to be minimized. One is the number of required vehicles (nv), and the other is the total cost (tc). Due to the multi-period nature, given the same graph(More)
Keqin Jiang, Tao Song, Wei Chen and Linqiang Pan Key Laboratory of Image Processing and Intelligent Control, Department of Control Science and Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, Hubei, 430074, China; School of Computer and Information, Anqing Teachers College, Anqing, Anhui, 246133, China; School of Automation, Wuhan(More)
Spiking neural P systems with astrocytes (SNPA systems, for short) are a class of distributed parallel computing devices inspired from the way neurons communicate by means of spikes, where also astrocytes are considered, having an excitatory or an inhibitory influence on synapses. Looking for small universal computing devices is a classical research topic(More)
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