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Modeling and simulating decision making for greenhouse tomato production : the Conserto project

Abstract : A simulation approach (called CONSERTO) has been developed for analyzing different technical management strategies used in greenhouse tomato production during a cultivation cycle. It focuses on the modeling of the quasi permanent interaction between the dynamics of the biophysical system (crop and physical environment) and the grower's decision making process that, indirectly, generates various actions affecting the biophysical system. The most original aspects of the approach pertain to the modeling of the technical management strategy that a grower applies over the cultivation cyc le, the integration of a decision making system with a biophysical system and the fully object-oriented implementation of both the discrete-event simulation environment and the domain knowledge components (biophysical and decision systems)
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  • HAL Id : hal-02769433, version 1
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Jean-Pierre Rellier, Roger Martin-Clouaire, Benoit Jeannequin, Mireille Navarette, Christian Gary, et al.. Modeling and simulating decision making for greenhouse tomato production : the Conserto project. 2d International Symposium of Models for plant growth, environmental control and farm management in protected cultivation, Aug 1997, Wageningen, Netherlands. ⟨hal-02769433⟩



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