One More Universality Result for P Systems with Objects on Membranes
AbstractWe continue here the attempt to bridge brane calculi with membrane computing, following the investigation started in . Specifically, we consider P systems with objects placed on membranes, and processed by membrane operations. The operations used in this paper are membrane creation (cre), and membrane dissolution (dis), defined in a way which reminds the operations pino, exo from a brane calculus from . For P systems based on these operations we prove the universality, for one of the two possible variants of the operations; for the other variant the problem remains open.
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