Integrating multiple scale dynamics: Application to Fagus sylvatica under ozone exposure
Keywords: XL language, GroIMP platform, multi-scale, up-scaling, down-scaling, Fagus sylvatica, ozone
AbstractAn integrated dynamic model of ozone concentration trends, stand dynamics, radiation interception, structural growth, functional systems and molecular pathways is constructed for beech trees. The model composes incomparable spatial decompositions and functional processes in a single graph-based framework. Extensions to the programming language XL for multi-scale rule-based modeling are applied in order to gain insights into the challenges that scale integration poses on language formalisms.
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