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Animation of Plant  Development Presented by Rich Honhart Paper by Prusinkiewicz, Hammel, and Mjolness
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Outline Overview of the Paper Current (1993) methods of plant animation How they work Their drawbacks The system this paper proposes Examples
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Overview of the Paper This paper proposes an extension to current (as of 1993) systems used to model plant growth which would make animating the process easier and more elegant.
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The Standard Technique Lindenmayer Systems (L-Systems) Can be used to describe simple repeated growth processes Ideal for growing plants
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L-Systems An L-System describes a structure as a series of productions which replace a predecessor module with successor modules
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Parametric L-systems Modules are allowed to take additional parameters These parameters can represent such things as age, shape, etc... Allows the structure to go through a more continuous transformation
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Drawbacks of These Techniques
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