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Integration Fuzzy System into Functional Structural Plant Model Based Environment Conditions

  title={Integration Fuzzy System into Functional Structural Plant Model Based Environment Conditions},
  author={Mochamad Hariadi and Mauridhi Hery Purnomo},
The role acquired by modeling in plant sciences includes integration of knowledge, exploration of the behavior of the plant system beyond the range of conditions covered experimentally and decision support. The purpose of the model determines its structure. Initially process artificial intelligence (PAI) were developed separately from structural (or: architectural or morphological) plant models (SPM). Combining PAI and SPM into functional structural plant models (FSPM) or virtual plants has… 

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