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Communicating Distributed H Systems with Alternating Filters

  • Sergey Verlan
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 2950)

Abstract

We present a variant of communicating distributed H systems where each filter is substituted by a tuple of filters. Such systems behave like original ones with the difference that at each moment we use one element of the tuple for the filtering process and this element is replaced after each use, periodically. We show that it suffices to use tuples of two filters in order to generate any recursively enumerable language, with two tubes only. We also show that it is possible to obtain the same result having no rules in the second tube which acts as a garbage collector. Moreover, the two filters in a tuple differ only in one letter. We also present different improvements and open questions.

Keywords

Test Tube Turing Machine Regular Language Garbage Collection Garbage Collector 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Sergey Verlan
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  1. 1.Laboratoire d’Informatique Théorique et AppliquéeUniversité de MetzFrance

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