3rd Brainstorming Week on Membrane Computing

Sevilla, Spain, January 31st - February 4th, 2005

In this page you can find the papers of the Proceedings of the Third Brainstorming Week on Membrane Computing, held in Sevilla (Spain) from January 31st to February 4th, 2005.
Cover Page, Contents and Preface  
A. Alhazov Maximally parallel multiset-rewriting systems: Browsing the configurations
A. Alhazov, M. Cavaliere
Evolution-communication P systems: Time-freeness
A. Alhazov, R. Freund
P systems with one membrane and symport/antiport rules of five symbols are computationally complete
A. Alhazov, Yu. Rogozhin
Minimal cooperation in symport/antiport P systems with one membrane
I.I. Ardelean, D. Besozzi
On modelling ion fluxes across biological membranes with P systems
L. Bianco, F. Fontana, V. Manca
Metabolic algorithm with time-varying reaction maps
C. Bonchiş, C. Isbaşa, D. Petcu, G. Ciobanu
WebPS: A web-based P system simulator with query facilities
L. Cardelli
Abstract machines of systems biology (extended abstract)
M. Cavaliere, V. Deufemia
Specifying dynamic software architectures by using membrane systems
M. Cavaliere, R. Freund, A. Leitsch, Gh. Paun
Event-related outputs of computations in P systems
E. Csuhaj-Varjú
EP-colonies: Micro-organisms in a cell-like environment
C. Csuhaj-Varjú, A. Di Nola, Gh. Paun, M.J. Pérez-Jiménez, G. Vaszil
Editing configurations of P systems
R. Freund, O.H. Ibarra, Gh. Paun, H.-C. Yen
Matrix languages, register machines, vector addition systems
M.A. Gutiérrez-Naranjo, M.J. Pérez-Jiménez, A. Riscos-Núñez
A simulator for confluent P systems
M.A. Gutiérrez-Naranjo, M.J. Pérez-Jiménez, F.J. Romero-Campero
Simulating avascular tumors with membrane systems
M. Muskulus, R. Brijder
First steps towards a geometry of computation
I. Nepomuceno, J.A. Nepomuceno, F.J. Romero-Campero
A tool for using the SBML format to represent P systems which model biological reaction networks
A. Ortega de la Puente, R. Núñez Hervás, M. de la Cruz Echeandía, M. Alfonseca
Christiansen grammar for some P systems
Gh. Paun
Further twenty six open problems in membrane computing
Gh. Paun
One more universality result for P systems with objects on membranes
D. Pescini, D. Besozzi, C. Zandron, G. Mauri
Dynamical probabilistic P systems: Definitions and applications
D. Sburlan
Further results on P systems with promoters/inhibitors
J.M. Sempere, D. López
Recognizing membrane structures with tree automata
G. Vaszil
On a class of P automata as a machine model for languages over infinite alphabets

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