Application of Unstructured Cellular Automata on Ecological Modelling View Full Text


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DATE

2009

AUTHORS

Yuqing Lin , Arthur Mynett , Qiuwen Chen

ABSTRACT

Cellular Automata (CA) is capable of (re)producing complex spatial-temporal dynamic patterns by using a set of local evolution rules involving the states of immediate neighbouring cells. Classical Cellular Automata consist of a regular lattice of cells, which lead to a geometric staircase representation at the boundaries. This paper developed unstructured cellular automata (UCA) with both unstructured triangular and polygon elements. In order to test the capabilities of the unstructured cellular automata, a Grass-vegetarian model and a macro-plankton model were developed based on UCA. The grass-vegetarian model combined UCA with optimization techniques. The macro-plankton model was set up by defining separate rules for every individual. The unstructured grid varied with growth and mortality of plants. The competition among plants evolved according to the UCA approach. More... »

PAGES

624-629

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  • 1984-03. Computation theory of cellular automata in COMMUNICATIONS IN MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
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    Advances in Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering

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    978-3-540-89464-3
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