Intégration de plusieurs formes de représentations spatiales dans un modèle de simulation
In EGC 2014, vol. RNTI-E-26, pp.597-600
In this paper, we focus on modeling expert knowledge for simulating complex landscape spatial dynamics. One modeling tool to do that is the Ocelet modeling language that uses interaction graphs to describe spatial dynamics. Most present approaches impose an a priori choice of spatial format between: (i) a vector format representing the shapes of the entities, or (ii) a gridding of space into regular elements (raster). In this paper we show how Ocelet was extended to support the interaction semantics between these two spatial formats (vector and raster). As case study, we present a runoff model in a tropical insular environment.