- MAppleT: simulation of apple tree development using mixed stochastic and biomechanical models
- Quantitative Modeling of Arabidopsis Development1[w] Lars Mundermann2,3
- Fractal properties of plants What is a fractal? In his 1982 book, Mandelbrot defines it as a set with Fractals vs.
- Generating Spatial Distributions for Multilevel Models of Plant Communities
- L-system description of subdivision curves Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz, Faramarz Samavati, Colin Smith, and Radoslaw Karwowski
- Self-organizing tree models for image synthesis Wojciech Palubicki1
- Using L-Systems for Modeling the Architecture and Physiology of Growing Trees: The L-PEACH
- Score generation with L-systems Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz
- Models of plant organs Many concepts presented in the previous chapters were illustrated using
- L.E.G.O. -An interactive graphics system for teaching geometry and computer graphics
- Art and Science for Life: Designing and Growing Virtual Plants with L-systems
- Paradigms of pattern formation: Towards a computational theory of morphogenesis
- A Collision-based Model of Spiral Phyllotaxis Deborah R. Fowlery , Przemyslaw Prusinkiewiczy and Johannes Battjesz
- UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY Modeling Fracture Formation on Growing Surfaces
- Attractors and repellers of Koch curves Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz and Glen Sandness
- 10.1101/gad.497009Access the most recent version at doi: 2009 23: 373-384Genes Dev.
- Modeling seashells Deborah R. Fowlery , Hans Meinhardtz and Przemyslaw Prusinkiewiczy
- Simulation Modeling of Plants and Plant Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz
- Visualization of developmental processes by extrusion in space time
- ~ ComputerGraphics,Volume22, Number4, August1988 Developmental Models of Herbaceous Plants
- Virtual Laboratory: an interactive software environment for computer graphics
- Developmental Computing (Extended Abstract)
- The genetics of geometry Enrico Coen1,2
- The L-system-based plant-modeling environment L-studio 4.0
- Simulation Modeling of Growing Tissues Colin Smith and Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz
- Modeling Hairy Plants Martin Fuhrer1
- Modeling of cellular layers String L-systems, the first formalism considered in this book, are suit-
- THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY Hairs, Textures, and Shades: Improving the Realism of Plant Models
- UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY Improving the Process of Plant Modeling
- Toward a quantification of self-similarity in plants Pascal Ferraro1
- Developmental models of herbaceous plants
- Model for the regulation of Arabidopsis thaliana leaf margin development
- Quasi-Monte Carlo simulation of the light environment of plants Mikolaj CieslakA,E,F
- EUROGRAPHICS Workshop on Sketch-Based Interfaces and Modeling (2008) C. Alvarado and M.-P. Cani (Editors)
- Eurographics Workshop on Natural Phenomena (2007) D. Ebert, S. Mrillou (Editors)
- The Visual Computer manuscript No. (will be inserted by the editor)
- A plausible model of phyllotaxis Richard S. Smith*
- Modeling plant morphogenesis Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz and Anne-Gae lle Rolland-Lagan
- Reviewing models of auxin canalization in the context of leaf vein pattern formation in Arabidopsis
- Modelling Plant Variation Through Growth Lisa Streit, Pavol Federl, Mario Costa Sousa
- Using L-systems for modeling source-sink interactions, architecture and physiology of
- Solving Differential Equations in Developmental Models of Multicellular Structures Expressed
- Generating subdivision curves with L-systems on Radomir Mech1
- GeneVis: simulation and visualization of genetic Charles Baker1
- A Few Good Lines: Suggestive Drawing of 3D Mario Costa Sousa
- Interactive design of bonsai tree models Frederic Boudon 1
- The Use of Positional Information in the Modeling Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz, Lars Muendermann, Radoslaw Karwowski, and Brendan Lane
- 3D Architectural Modelling of Aerial Photomorphogenesis in White Clover (Trifolium repens L.) using L-systems
- Characterization of architectural tree models using L-systems and Petri nets
- Integrating biomechanics into developmental plant models expressed using L-systems
- Interactive Arrangement of Botanical L-System Joanna L. Power1
- Realistic modeling and rendering of plant Oliver Deussen (1), Pat Hanrahan (2), Bernd Lintermann (3), Radomir Mech (4), Matt Pharr (2), and
- Visual Models of Plants Interacting with Their Environment
- Visual models of plant development Przemyslaw Prusinkiewiczy, Mark Hammely,
- Synthetic Topiary Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz, Mark James and Radomir Mech
- A Fractal Model of Mountains with Rivers Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz and Mark Hammel
- Modeling and Visualization of Biological Structures
- Escape-time Visualization Method for Language-restricted
- Modelling Compound Leaves Using Implicit Contours
- Koch Curves as Attractors and Repellers Brzemyslaw Prusinkiewicz and Glen Sandness
- Constraint-based modeling of three-dimensional Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz and Dale Streibel
- Graphical applications of L-systems Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz
- A structural method for assessing self-similarity Pascal Ferraro1
- THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY Stochastic Simulation of Pattern Formation
- THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY Biomechanics in Botanical Trees
- THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY Models of Plant Communities for Image Synthesis
- PARAMETRIC L-SYSTEMS AND THEIR APPLICATION TO THE MODELLING AND VISUALIZATION
- Simulating the development of Fraxinus pennsylvanica shoots using L-systems
- Language-Restricted Iterated Function Systems, Koch Constructions, and L-systems
- The Visual Computer manuscript No. (will be inserted by the editor)
- I. McQuillan and G. Pighizzini (Eds.): 12th International Workshop on Descriptional Complexity of Formal Systems (DCFS 2010)
- In search of the right abstraction: The synergy between art, science, and information technology
- THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY On Vertex-Vertex Systems and Their Use in
- Modeling and visualization of leaf venation We introduce a class of biologically-motivated algorithms for generating leaf venation
- Control of bud activation by an auxin transport switch
- L-SYSTEMS: FROM THE THEORY TO VISUAL MODELS OF PLANTS
- A Plausible Model of Phyllotaxis -Supporting Text Supporting Materials and Methods
- Animation of plant development
- Subapical bracketed L-systems Przemyslaw Prusinkiewiczy and Lila Kariz
- Aristid Lindenmayer 19251989 Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz
- Software environment for plant modeling
- Control of Bud Activation by an Auxin Transport Switch Supporting Information
- Virtual control panels Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz and Craig Knelsen
- J. Vos, L.F.M. Marcelis, P.H.B. de Visser, P.C. Struik and J.B. Evers (eds.), Functional-Structural Plant Modelling in Crop Production, 123-137.
- THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY Modeling Biological Patterns using the Space Colonization Algorithm
- Reviewing models of auxin canalisation in the context of vein pattern formation in Arabidopsis
- Geometric Modeling without Coordinates and Indices (Extended Abstract)
- Modeling lobed leaves Lars Mndermann, Peter MacMurchy, Juraj Pivovarov and Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz
- Modeling of spatial structure and development of Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz
- THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY Application of implicit methods to the interactive modeling of trees
- Finite Element Model of Fracture Formation on Growing Surfaces
- Integrating simulation of architectural development and sourcesink behaviour of peach trees by incorporating Markov chains
- Aristid Lindenmayer 19251989 Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz
- Self-Similarity In Plants: Integrating Mathematical And Biological Perspectives
- Modeling a Murex cabritii sea shell with a structured implicit surface modeler
- Modeling plant growth and development Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz
- Virtual plants: new perspectives for ecologists, pathologists and agricultural scientists
- DESCRIPTION OF MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF INTERACTIONS BETWEEN AUXIN AND PIN1
- Phyllotaxis The regular arrangement of lateral organs (leaves on a stem, scales on
- A hypertext environment for UNIX Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz and James Hanan
- Modeling of trees Computer simulation of branching patterns has a relatively long history. Cellularspace
- Simulation of insect movement with respect to plant architecture and morphogenesis
- Local specification of surface subdivision Colin Smith, Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz, and Faramarz Samavati
- www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/33/6048/1436/DC1 Supporting Online Material for
- in preparation for departure. Moreover, the protein-for-water strategy may be unique to uricotelic
- Tansley review Computational models of plant development