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L-systems are parallel grammars that provide a theoretical foundation for a class of programs used in the simulation of plant development and procedural image synthesis. In particular, the formalism of L-systems guides the construction of declarative languages for specifying input to these programs. We outline key factors that have motivated the development of L-system-based languages in the past, and introduce a new language, L+C, that addresses the shortcomings of its predecessors. We alsodoi:10.1016/s1571-0661(04)80680-7 fatcat:boxaxkxbnrhrhnbspjwcvppl24