Activities' Probabilities

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Activity probabilities are essentially proportions of the area in a state-space cell that must be subject to the respective activities within a given simulation period. In the course of simulation, the program will create activity-specific state spaces and split the areas according to the proportions. There should be one line per “forestry type”*state-space cell and that the probabilities on one line should sum to 1. We define forest management by means of activity probabilities. We can try to define realistic management based on expert-knowledge and inventory records. Note, that EFDM package presently does not contain any functionality for estimating activity probabilities from inventory data. The following is an excerpt of an example of an activities file:

 species vol age siteclass finalfell thin nomgmt
 BT 1 1 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 2 1 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 3 1 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 4 1 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 5 1 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 6 1 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 7 1 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 8 1 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 9 1 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 10 1 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 11 1 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 12 1 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 13 1 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 14 1 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 15 1 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 16 1 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 17 1 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 1 2 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 2 2 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 3 2 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 4 2 SE11 0 0 1
 BT 5 2 SE11 0 0 1
     ....
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