Please find above this graphic collection and help us to improve it. One thing to notice is that our representation is mappable, with different expressivity of the concepts to the Petri Networks algebra, which puts in our hands several studies in mathematics, computer sciences, biology and other sciences.
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Because, as we already noticed, often modelling the hydrological cycle is studying the mutual interactions of "reservoirs" of something (which I named "reservoirology"), I tried with my students to have a clean way to represent reservoirs. As we said in the slides below, we try to represent them in a way that, if it is not in a one to one correspondence with the equations that can be derived from the graphs, we are as close as possible to it. This post, left for saving the history, is, however, superseded by the new post reservoirology #3.