Study of Membrane Computing Possible Implementation in Parallel Architecture, and Gene-Permutation Application in Cryptanalysis
Membrane computing (so-called P systems) offers parallel and distributed computing machine designs inspired by cellular and molecular biology phenomena. Because of Moore’s law limitation for electronic computers, a challenge faces that expanding computing machine’s capacity for the future. In the current project we consider a couple of issues a) implementation of spiking neural P systems in parallel computing device architecture, b) applying gene assembly models in cryptoanalysis.
Supported by Ministry for Education, Culture, Science and Sport of Mongolia. Duration of the project: April 1, 2018 – December 31, 2019.
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