1 January 1997 Random texture simulation by multi-species lattice-gas models
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Lattice gas models use particles moving and interacting on a graph. Developed to simulate complex flows, they can be used to generate random structures on a physical basis. By addition of chemical reactions between species to fluid motion, reaction-diffusion models can be generated. This is illustrated by simulations of random textures obtained from a creation-annihilation model and from a multi-species model. Finally, by means of the immiscible lattice gas coupled with an aggregation process, stratified media reproducing the deposition of droplets are generated.
Luc Decker, Luc Decker, Dominique Jeulin, Dominique Jeulin, } "Random texture simulation by multi-species lattice-gas models," Journal of Electronic Imaging 6(1), (1 January 1997). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.261879 . Submission:
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