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Membrane Systems with Peripheral Proteins Using Cell Division

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Membrane systems are parallel molecular computing models basing on processing multisets of objects in cell-like membrane structures. Inspired by brane calculi, membrane systems with peripheral proteins which differ from conventional membrane systems have been investigated. In order to get the possibility to solve computationally hard problems in polynomial time, cell division rule is introduced into this model, which is endowed with the ability of generating an exponential workspace in a linear time. In this paper, a solution for SAT problem by this model is presented.


Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: 2010-11-01

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