Agent-Based Modeling of Water Bloom Formation Mechanism in Lakes and Reservoirs
Based on Agent simulation technology water bloom formation mechanism model in lakes and reservoirs is described by concept model design Key factors of water bloom formation mechanism model are determined by experiments. And then there is an in-depth study of the relationship between key factors and algal growth and death mechanisms to determine the behavior rule of each Agent. In this series of constraints, the entities, Agent and the interactive cooperation of Agent are built to dynamically describe water bloom forming process and effectively analyze the energy and material flow state of the algal growth trends and water systems. It provides an effective conceptual modeling method for the further study of water bloom formation mechanism.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 1, 2012
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