Dictionary Search and Update by P Systems with String-Objects and Active Membranes
AbstractMembrane computing is a formal framework of distributed parallel com- puting. In this paper we implement the work with the prefix tree by P systems with strings and active membranes. We present the algorithms of searching in a dictionary and updating it implemented as membrane systems. The systems are constructed as reusable modules, so they are suitable for using as sub-algorithms for solving more complicated problems.
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