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4 Conclusion

This work is enganging in natural plants modeling and shows some of its bacis principles. There are more ways how to
construct models of natural plants. One of them is using formalism of L-systems.Since this way appears to be usefull
and perpective I decided to implement this methods. My work is not completly finished. I have to consider some
principles of SDL language and to add new features like cycles, possibility to define atributs of components
as a functions or enable more than one right side. I want to improve some features of skeleton expansion and
deformation functions as well.

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*The Algorithmic Beauty of Plants*, Springer-Verlag, New York, 1990

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- Prusinkiewicz P., Hanan J.:
*Lindenmayer systems, fractals, and plants*, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1989

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- Mandelbrot B.:
*The Fractal Geometry of Nature.*, W.H. Freeman, New York, 1975

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- Szemla L.:
*Generation of natural plant objects*, Brno university of technology, Brno, 1999

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