Acute Inflammations Analysis by P System with Floor Membrane Structure
In this paper, a new structure of P systems has been proposed which has upstairs/downstairs rules and the same floor dissolution, creation rules to solve the disease analysis by clustering technique. Up to authors’ knowledge, this is the first time modifying the structure of P systems on floor. We do the Acute Inflammations data set from UCI by FS P system. All the processes are conducted in membranes. The analysis of Acute Inflammations data set is 83.3 % correct, which verifies that the proposed new P system can cluster data set accurately.
KeywordsFS P system Acute inflammations analysis Clustering technique
Research is supported by the Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 61170038), the Natural Science Foundation of Shandong Province (No. ZR2011FM001), the Shandong Soft Science Major Project (No. 2010RKMA2005).
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