Simulation of Mobile Ambients by tissue P systems with a dynamic network of membranes (bibtex)
by Boian, Elena and Rogojin, Vladimir
Abstract:
Ambient Calculus (or Mobile Ambients) was recently introduced as an abstract model attempting to capture some features of mobile computing and computation over the wide area networks such as Internet. The central notion of ambient calculus is that of a mobile ambient, which is a bounded place where a computation happens, which can include other ambients and which is mobile itself. P systems is a formalism which abstracts from the structure and functioning of living cells and describes distributed parallel computing devices with multiset of objects processing. Although membrane computing and ambient calculus belong to different branches of computer science, they are based on similar concepts and ideas. Hence, it may be very interesting to express one formalism in another one in order to transfer ideas and solutions between these frameworks. The purpose of our work now is to express ambient calculus by means of P systems, namely by modified tissue P systems with a dynamic network of membranes.
Reference:
Simulation of Mobile Ambients by tissue P systems with a dynamic network of membranes (Boian, Elena and Rogojin, Vladimir), In Proceedings of the International Conference on Computers and Communications - ICCC 2004 (Ioan Dzitac, Teodor Maghiar, Constantin Popescu, ed.), Editura Universitatii din Oradea, 2004.
Bibtex Entry:
@InProceedings{inp46,
  author    = {Boian, Elena AND Rogojin, Vladimir},
  title     = {Simulation of Mobile Ambients by tissue P systems with a dynamic network of membranes},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the International Conference on Computers and Communications - ICCC 2004},
  year      = {2004},
  editor    = {Ioan Dzitac, Teodor Maghiar, Constantin Popescu},
  pages     = {377-382},
  publisher = {Editura Universitatii din Oradea},
  abstract  = {Ambient Calculus (or Mobile Ambients) was recently introduced as an abstract model attempting to capture some features of mobile computing and computation over the wide area networks such as Internet. The central notion of ambient calculus is that of a mobile ambient, which is a bounded place where a computation happens, which can include other ambients and which is mobile itself. P systems is a formalism which abstracts from the structure and functioning of living cells and describes distributed parallel computing devices with multiset of objects processing. Although membrane computing and ambient calculus belong to different branches of computer science, they are based on similar concepts and ideas. Hence, it may be very interesting to express one formalism in another one in order to transfer ideas and solutions between these frameworks. The purpose of our work now is to express ambient calculus by means of P systems, namely by modified tissue P systems with a dynamic network of membranes.},
  keywords  = {membranes, P systems, ambients, mobility, networks},
  pdf       = {pdfs/RB2004a.pdf},
}
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