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Interactive comment on “ The Gravitational Process Path ( GPP ) model ( v 1 . 0 ) – a GIS-based simulation framework for gravitational processes

@inproceedings{Wichmann2017InteractiveCO,
  title={Interactive comment on “ The Gravitational Process Path ( GPP ) model ( v 1 . 0 ) – a GIS-based simulation framework for gravitational processes},
  author={Volker Wichmann},
  year={2017}
}
In his manuscript, V. Wichmann presents a GIS-based simulation framework for gravitational processes, i.e. a compilation of model components and their software implementation. It includes various well-known as well as recently developed approaches that conceptually or semi-physically represent displacement processes (but not initiation processes). This simulation framework can be of great interest and value to a broad range of academic, government and corporate users especially since its… Expand

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