Bi-simulation Between P Colonies and P Systems with Multi-stable Catalysts
The general concept, called the formal framework of P systems provides a representation to study and analyze different variants of P systems. In this paper, two well-known models, P colonies and P systems with multi-stable catalysts are considered. We show that the obtained representations are identical, thus both models can be related using a bi-simulation. This fact opens new approaches for studying both P colonies and catalytic P systems.
The work of E. CS-V. was supported by the National Research, Development, and Innovation Office - NKFIH, Hungary, Grant no. K 120558.
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