The Implementation and Visualisation of a Large Spatial Individual-Based Model using Fortran 90

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Hopkins, Tim; Morse, David R.;
(1996)
  • Publisher: UKC
  • Subject: QA76

We look in detail at the implementation of a simulation of the spread of Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus in a barley field. The model considers explicitly each individual plant and aphid, therefore it requires special care to reduce the amount of storage used whilst still pro... View more
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