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Conference Papers Year : 2023

Hierarchical Developmental Timeline Warping: a generic method to design realistic plant architecture models

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Virtual models of plant architecture are needed for diverse applications in developmental biology, agronomy, botany or computer graphics. They can be used for hypothesis testing, data annotation and augmentation associated with deep-learning training or for producing photorealistic rendering of plants. To match the increasing needs of these applications in precision and realism, virtual plants with increasing realistic details are required. However, the design of such detailed models remains a complex task and new techniques are required to ease this process.
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hal-04392528 , version 1 (13-01-2024)

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Christophe Godin, Fabrice Besnard. Hierarchical Developmental Timeline Warping: a generic method to design realistic plant architecture models. 10th conference on Structural-Functional Plant Models, Mar 2023, Berlin (DE), France. ⟨hal-04392528⟩
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