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A cellular automata computer model for the interactions between two plant species of different growth forms—the lime hairgrass Deschampsia caespitosa (L.) P. Beauv., a sod cereal, and the moneywort Lysimachia nummularia L., a ground creeping perennial herb—is considered. Computer experiments on the self-maintenance of the populations of each species against(More)
Global warming is changing the snow-covered sea ice in the Artic [1]. It is important to observe this profile and retrieve some of its parameters of interest (e.g., temperature) as inputs to various climate models. One method to achieve this goal is through inversion of data collected through microwave remote sensing of the profile [2]. Likewise, our(More)