Sequentiality Induced by Spike Number in SNP Systems
The spiking neural P systems are a class of computing devices recently introduced as a bridge between spiking neural nets and membrane computing. In this paper we consider sequential SNP systems where the sequentiality of the system is induced by a simple choice: the neuron with the maximum number of spikes out of the neurons that can spike at one step will fire. This corresponds to a global view of the whole network that makes the system sequential. We study the properties of this restriction.
KeywordsActive Neuron Clock Cycle Output Neuron Sequential Manner Rule Application
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