Introduction to Membrane Computing

@inproceedings{Paun2006IntroductionTM,
  title={Introduction to Membrane Computing},
  author={Gheorghe Paun},
  booktitle={Applications of Membrane Computing},
  year={2006}
}
  • G. Paun
  • Published in
    Applications of Membrane…
    2006
  • Computer Science
This is a comprehensive (and friendly) introduction to membrane computing (MC), meant to offer both computer scientists and non-computer scientists an up-to-date overview of the field. That is why the set of notions introduced here is rather large, but the presentation is informal, without proofs and with rigorous definitions given only for the basic types of P systems — symbol object P systems with multiset rewriting rules, systems with symport/antiport rules, systems with string objects… 
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