BIOMOD: an interactive computer graphics system for modeling

  title={BIOMOD: an interactive computer graphics system for modeling},
  author={G. F. Groner and R. L. Clark and R. A. Berman and Edward Charles DeLand},
  booktitle={AFIPS Fall Joint Computing Conference},
Many of those involved in improving the quality of life often model and simulate continuous systems as part of their work. For example, one group of investigators may model an oil refinery to learn how to produce a new fuel efficiently, while another may simulate a global weather model to determine the effect of burning large quantities of the fuel at high altitudes. An urban planning team may simulate the water flow in an estuary to discover the best location for a new sewage treatment plant… CONTINUE READING

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