Sarah A. Shoaf

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We have examined the behavior of two reaction-diffusion models, originally proposed by Gierer & Meinhardt (1972) and by Kauffman, Shymko & Trabert (1978), for biological pattern formation. Calculations are presented for pattern formation on a disc (approximating the geometry of a number of embryonic anlagen including the frog eye rudiment), emphasizing the(More)
During a recent computer simulation study of a highly automated Electronics Assembly Plant, a new approach to modeling manufacturing systems was developed. This new approach involves a modular structure for modeling that will facilitate the design, description, coding and use of the models. In this paper, seven functional “modules” are defined,(More)
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