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Title: Data of Cerrado´s tree crown networks
Subject: Woody crown network;Tree;Cerrado
Description: The acquisition of the airspace by Woody Crown Networks (WCN) occurred by branching edifying nodes (NO) networked by connectors (CO). It was possible to represent the WCN in a two-dimensional space by showing the relative positions of all NO and CO. Each individual per specie (5 individuals, 15 species) has its crown network drowned. In the drawing representing the WCN, we can identify the relative position and how many CO each NO has in all leafy axes. The NO with three CO was the regular nodes (RN). Initial Node (IN) is the first NO of the WCN. The final NO (FN) is the last in leafy axes, and Emission Nodes (EN) were nodes with more three connectors. The number of connectors between types of NO represents the distance that separates them in the WCN. The length IN-FN determined by the number of CO between IN and FN. The distance between IN and EN (IN-EN) by counting the number of connectors between the corresponding NO. The topology was captured by distances and properties (navigability, vulnerability, complexity, and symmetry) by combining decomposition and topology.
Authors: Prado, Carlos Henrique Britto de Assis
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Sponsorship: Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico (CNPq)
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Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Brazil
Available Data: 12-Mar-2020
Type: Dataset
Publisher: Universidade Federal de São Carlos
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