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Further development of the MORPH model delivery system - HH3503SX

The software GRIME provides a generic development and distribution system for mathematical models. This approach greatly improves the efficiency of technology transfer, substantially reducing the costs of making new scientific models available for practical use. One component of the system, MORPH, allows the data input, user interface and model output modules to be reused by all the models that are written to the GRIME standard. MORPH was originally devised in 1995 and needs updating to keep it compatible with current operating systems and with the rest of the GRIME system. The objective of this project is to update the core MORPH system to improve compatibility with 32-bit operating systems.
The GRIME system will be updated according to the following objectives:
1)Move core MORPH from a 16-bit architecture to a 32-bit architecture
2)Add additional data logger driver (Skye Helios).

Project Documents
• Final Report : Further development of the MORPH model delivery system   (1176k)
Time-Scale and Cost
From: 2002

To: 2002

Cost: £15,350
Contractor / Funded Organisations
Horticulture Research International
Fields of Study