Rule-based integration of LIGNUM into GroIMP
Keywords: LIGNUM model, GroIMP, XL, FSPM integration
AbstractLIGNUM is a functional-structural tree model combining the use of L-systems for structural development and a general-purpose programming language for modelling metabolic processes and radiation regimes. We show how both the structural and functional part of LIGNUM, used for a Scots pine model, can be translated into the rule-based language XL, thus offering new possibilities for model reuse and comparison.
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