Developmental models of herbaceous plants

@inproceedings{Prusinkiewicz1990DevelopmentalMO,
  title={Developmental models of herbaceous plants},
  author={Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz and Aristid Lindenmayer},
  year={1990}
}
The examples of trees presented in the previous chapter introduce L- systems as a plant modeling tool. They also illustrate one of the most striking features of the generative approach to modeling, called data base amplification [136]. This term refers to the generation of complex- looking objects from very concise descriptions—in our case, L-systems comprised of small numbers of productions. Yet in spite of the small size, the specification of L-systems is not a trivial task. 

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