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Eco-Logic: Logic-Based Approaches to Ecological ModellingAuthor(s): Daniel L. Schmoldt
Source: (Book Review). AI Applications. 5(4): 46-48.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThis paper summarizes the simulation research carried out during 1984-1989 at the University of Edinburgh. Two primary objectives of their research are 1) to provide tools for manipulating simulation models (i.e., implementation tools) and 2) to provide advice on conceptualizing real-world phenomena into an idealized representation for simulation (i.e., model design).
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CitationSchmoldt, Daniel L. 1991. Eco-Logic: Logic-Based Approaches to Ecological Modelling. (Book Review). AI Applications. 5(4): 46-48.
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