Relating Transition P Systems and Spiking Neural P Systems
In this work we provide a relationship between Transition P systems with noncooperative rules or nTP systems and Spiking Neural P systems with weighted synapses or wSNP systems. In particular we define a reasonable operating mode of nTP systems we refer to as k-restricted object-minimal region-maximal parallelism or k-Omin,Rmax mode. We show that there exists a simulation of nTP systems operating in 1-Omin,Rmax mode with wSNP systems.
KeywordsMembrane Computing wSNP systems nTP systems simulation
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