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Figure 1 : Synthetic landscape with self-organizing trees. Abstract E PRESENT a method for generating realistic models of temperate-climate trees and shrubs. This method is based on the biological hypothesis that the form of a developing tree emerges from a self-organizing process dominated by the competition of buds and branches for light or space, and regulated by internal signaling mechanisms. Simulations of this process robustly generate a wide range of realistic trees and bushes. Thedoi:10.1145/1531326.1531364 fatcat:ocx7goo2uja3ngruizzeoprida