Structuring the Objects
In a living cell, many objects can be considered as being atomic, with no internal structure, but many others have a structure. In many cases, this structure can be described by a string (as happens for DNA, RNA, proteins, etc.), and this motivates the introduction of string—objects in membrane systems.
KeywordsRegular Language Skin Membrane Context Grammar Output String Enumerable Language
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