Abstract: There are two architectures that preserve the tree topology of the P system: peer-to-peer and
hierarchical peer-to-peer. Architectures used the concept of proxy to reduce the size of messages and
communication time. In this paper, we propose that the proxy no only reduces the time needed to sending
messages, but also reduce the number of connections between processors. Normally, in one transition, two
processors communicate three times, but with this algorithm, the communications are reducing to only one. We
present the proxy algorithms for these architectures.
Keywords: Distributed Communication, Membrane Computing, Membrane Dissolution, P-Systems? Architectures.
ACM Classification Keywords: F.1.2 Modes of Computation, I.6.1 Simulation Theory, H.1.1 Systems and
Information Theory, C.2.4 Distributed Systems
USE PROXIES IN TREE TOPOLOGY ARCHITECTURES TO REDUCE THE
COMMUNICATION TIME IN MEMBRANES SYSTEMS
Miguel Ángel Peña, Ángel Castellanos, Alberto Arteta, Francisco Gisbert