On spiking neural P systems and partially blind counter machines


A k-output spiking neural P system (SNP) with output neurons, $${{O_1},\ldots{,{O_k}}}$$ , generates a tuple $${({n_1},\ldots{,{n_k}})}$$ of positive integers if, starting from the initial configuration, there is a sequence of steps such that during the computation, each O i generates exactly two spikes aa (the times the pair aa are generated may be… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11047-007-9043-y


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