Mario J. Pérez-Jiménez

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1 Research Group on Mathematical Linguistics Rovira i Virgili University Pl. Imperial Tarraco 1, 43005 Tarragona, Spain artiome.alhazov@estudiants.urv.cat 2 Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science Academy of Sciences of Moldova Str. Academiei 5, Chişinău, MD 2028, Moldova artiom@math.md 3 Research Group on Natural Computing Department of Computer(More)
In this paper we introduce four complexity classes for cellularcomputing systems with membranes: the first and the second ones containall decision problems solvable in polynomial time by a family ofdeterministic P systems, without and with an input membrane,respectively; the third and fourth classes contain all decision problemssolvable in polynomial time(More)
In tissue P systems several cells (elementary membranes) communicate through symport/antiport rules, thus carrying out a computation. We add to such systems the basic feature of (cell) P systems with active membranes – the possibility to divide cells. As expected (as it is the case for P systems with active membranes), in this way we get the possibility to(More)
In this paper we present P systems as a reliable computational modelling tool for Systems Biology that takes into account the discrete character of the quantity of components of biological systems, the inherently randomness in biological phenomena and the key role played by membranes in the function of living cells. We will introduce two different(More)
P systems or membrane systems provide a high level computational modeling framework that combines the structural and dynamic aspects of biological systems in a relevant and understandable way. P systems are massively parallel distributed, and non-deterministic systems. In this paper, we describe the implementation of a simulator for the class of recognizer(More)
In this paper, a computational complexity theory within the framework of Membrane Computing is introduced. Polynomial complexity classes associated with different models of cell-like and tissue-like membrane systems are defined and the most relevant results obtained so far are presented. Many attractive characterizations of P 6= NP conjecture within the(More)
In this paper we propose a new way to represent recognizer P systems with active membranes based on Production Systems techniques. This representation allows us to express the set of rules and the configurations in each step of the evolution as facts in a knowledge base. We provide a CLIPS program to simulate the evolutions of this variant of P systems.
1 Dpt. of Mathematics, University of Lleida Av. Alcalde Rovira Roure, 191. 25198 Lleida, Spain {mcardona,colomer}@matematica.udl.es 2 Research Group on Natural Computing Dpt. of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, University of Sevilla Avda. Reina Mercedes s/n, 41012 Sevilla, Spain {perezh,marper}@us.es 3 Dpt. of Animal Production, University of(More)