What is Anti-mite anti-mold and anti-microbial agent ABM

Posted: March 22, 2012 in textile additives
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The effects of ABM Control Methods:
Prevent the growth of spores
Penetrate the plant to destroy the in vivo mycelia
Destroy the intact body of Ganoderma sp. to prevent the production of spores
ABM is a natural microbial inhibitors of antimicrobial agents produced by the fermentation of 21 different types of microbes, rich in trace elements and microbial metabolism enzymes. Other biological compound are antibiotics and growth hormones promote plant root growth, improve crop resistance to disease contains antimicrobial agent that inhibit the growth of fungi and promote the plant growth
An agent-based model (ABM) (also sometimes related to the term multi-agent system or multi-agent simulation) is a class of computational models for simulating the actions and interactions of autonomous agents (both individual or collective entities such as organizations or groups) with a view to assessing their effects on the system as a whole. It combines elements of game theory, complex systems, emergence, computational sociology, multi-agent systems, and evolutionary programming. Monte Carlo Methods are used to introduce randomness. ABMs are also called individual-based models. A review of recent literature on individual-based models, agent-based models and multiagent systems is given in.
The models simulate the simultaneous operations and interactions of multiple agents, in an attempt to re-create and predict the appearance of complex phenomena. The process is one of emergence from the lower (micro) level of systems to a higher (macro) level. As such, a key notion is that simple behavioral rules generate complex behavior. This principle, known as K.I.S.S.  is extensively adopted in the modeling community. Another central tenet is that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. Individual agents are typically characterized as boundedly rational, presumed to be acting in what they perceive as their own interests, such as reproduction, economic benefit, or social status, using heuristics or simple decision-making rules. ABM agents may experience “learning”, adaptation, and reproduction.
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