Membrane Computing: 6th International Workshop, WMC 2005, by Artiom Alhazov, Rudolf Freund, Yurii Rogozhin (auth.),

By Artiom Alhazov, Rudolf Freund, Yurii Rogozhin (auth.), Rudolf Freund, Gheorghe Păun, Grzegorz Rozenberg, Arto Salomaa (eds.)

This publication constitutes the completely refereed prolonged postproceedings of the sixth overseas Workshop on Membrane Computing, WMC 2005, held in Vienna, Austria, in July 2005.

The 20 revised complete papers awarded including five invited papers went via rounds of reviewing and development. The papers during this quantity conceal all of the major instructions of analysis in membrane computing, starting from theoretical issues in arithmetic and desktop technology, to program concerns, specifically in biology. extra particularly, those papers current study on themes comparable to: computational strength and complexity periods, new varieties of P platforms, relationships to Petri nets, quantum computing, and brane calculi, determinism vs. nondeterminism, hierarchies, the dimensions of small households, algebraic ways, and designing polynomial ideas to NP-complete difficulties by utilizing membrane systems.

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Andrei, G. Ciobanu, D. Lucanu: Executable specifications of the P systems. In Membrane Computing, International Workshop, WMC5, Milano, Italy, 2004, Selected Papers (G. Mauri, Gh. J. P´erez-Jim´enez, G. Rozenberg, A. ), LNCS 3365, Springer, Berlin, 2005, 127–146. 2. O. Andrei, G. Ciobanu, D. Lucanu: Operational semantics and rewriting logic in membrane computing. Proceedings SOS Workshop, 2005, to appear in ENTCS. 48 O. Andrei, G. Ciobanu, and D. Lucanu 3. G. Ciobanu: Distributed algorithms over communicating membrane systems.

The transition system for a P system Π is intuitively defined as follows. For two committed configurations C1 and C2 of Π, we say that there is a transition from C1 to C2 , and write C1 ⇒ C2 , if the following steps are executed in the following given order: mpr 1. the maximal parallel rewriting step, written C1 =⇒ C2 , is consisting in nondeterministically assigning objects to evolution rules in every membrane, and executing them in a maximal parallel manner; tar 2. the parallel communication of objects through membranes, written C2 =⇒ C2 , is consisting in sending the existing messages; δ 3.

Computational Power of Symport/Antiport 21 the number of symbols c1 in the elementary membrane. Thus, at the end of a terminating computation, in the elementary membrane there are the result (multiset ct1 ) and only the three additional objects Ic , #1 , #1 . A “dual” class of systems with minimal cooperation is the class where two objects are moved across the membrane in the same direction rather than in the opposite ones. We now prove a similar result for this class using six additional symbols.

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