Lindenmayer systems (or L-Systems) are a way of modelling plants and other biological organisms using mathematics and simple language tools.
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The definitive resource for L-Systems, this University of Calgary site is maintained by Lindenmayers collaborators. It contains many articles, and a full-length copy of 'The Algorithmic Beauty of Plants'.
A collection of papers related to using Mathematica to generate L-Systems.
Fractal Geometry: L-Systems
Introduction to L-systems by Michael Frame at Yale University. Includes background information.
Generative art tools that create complex 2D and 3D objects breeding LSystems, Cellular Automata, and Shape Grammars. Freeware by Umberto Roncoroni.
An Introduction to Lindenmayer Systems
An introduction by Gabriela Ochoa, currently at the University of Stirling.
A guide to the theory behind L-Systems.
A Windows-based L-System program.
A mathematical introduction to how L-Systems work.
Laurens Lapre's Lparser
Windows software and some information on LSystems and related ideas.
A graphics tool for Lindenmayer systems in C and Java.
Subject entry from Wolfram MathWorld. Includes references and downloadable Mathematica notebook.
Lindenmayer Systems in Architecture
Architectural applications of L-systems. Includes background and methods.
A simple implementation of Lindenmayer systems written in Python.
Recursive Productions and Grammars
A guide to the rules of strict grammars including L-Systems.
A well rounded introduction to L-Systems.
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