Landscape architects

Pyper, Wendy
April 2001
Ecos;Apr-Jun2001, Issue 107, p9
Blog Entry
Reports on the availability of technology for measuring and simulating the structural growth of plants, and the effects of environmental factors and other organisms on them. Allowing of scientists to conduct virtual experiments; Computer models and simulations; Mathematical representations of growth rules, called L-Systems; Potential other uses in art and entertainment. INSET: See how they grow.


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