A Richards Growth Model to Predict Fruit Weight (2021)
Objective - Predicting fruit weight at harvest time based on observations early in the growing season - Using nonlinear growth models to describe the expected weights - Bayesian modelling, using historical data and prior information (expert knowledge)
CitationGerhard D (2021). A Richards Growth Model to Predict Fruit Weight. Virtual Conference: ANZSC2021. 05/07/2021-09/07/2021.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research49 - Mathematical sciences::4905 - Statistics::490501 - Applied statistics
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