Chakkrit Preuksakarn

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BACKGROUND AND AIMS Automatic acquisition of plant architecture is a major challenge for the construction of quantitative models of plant development. Recently, 3-D laser scanners have made it possible to acquire 3-D images representing a sampling of an object's surface. A number of specific methods have been proposed to reconstruct plausible branching(More)
Increasing applications of fundamental biological gates have been successfully built during this decade. Proceeding to the current development, this study presents a genetic arithmetic and logical unit (ALU) design based on a series of genetic logic gates. The system level's architecture consists of three parts: temp register, ALU and accumulator register.(More)
Virtual plant models can be visually realistic for computer graphics applications. However, in the context of biology and agronomy, acquisition of accurate models of real plants is still a tedious and time consuming task and is a major bottleneck for the construction of quantitative models of plant development. Recently, 3D laser scanners have made it(More)
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