P Systems with Replicated Rewriting and Stream X-Machines (Eilenberg
Authors: J. Aguado, T. Balanescu, A. J. Cowling, M. Gheorghe, M.
Holcombe and F. Ipate.
Published in Fundamenta Informaticae, Volume 49.1-3
pages 17 - 33.
The aim of this paper is to show how the P systems with replicated
can be modelled by X-machines (also called Eilenberg machines).
the first approach, the parallel behaviour of the regions of a P system
is simulated by a sequential process involving a single
This allows the application of the X-machine testing procedures in
to prove the correctness of P systems. In the second approach, a
P system is simulated by a communicating system of X-machines.
component of such a system is an X-machine associated with a region of
the given P system. The components act in parallel, as their
do in a P system, and use some specific mechanism for communication and
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