Dairy Cattle Breeding Simulation Program (DCBSP)
The DCBSP system is a dairy cattle breeding simulation program to teach undergraduate and graduate students animal breeding principles associated with selection for multiple traits in dairy cattle.
The current version of the program (DCBSP v.4.9) is written in FORTRAN 90, and a web-based interface is developed for the students to interact with the program in the teaching environment. Both the backend simulation engine and the frontend web-based interface are driven by a module written in the Visual C++ programming language that loads the input files, runs the simulation, and uploads the output files onto the proper directories for each student on the web site.
The system is hosted on our dedicated simulation server at UC Davis and currently ten universities use our sustem in their Diary Breeding courses.
|University of California, Davis
Juan F. Medrano
|New Mexico State University
New Mexico, USA
|Universidad de Zaragoza (UNIZAR)
|South Dakota State University
South Dakota, USA
|Ecole Nationale Superieure Agronomique de Toulouse, FRANCE||DCBSP5||Instructor:
|University of Nevada Reno
Meeghan E. Gray
|University of Minnesota
Anthony J. Seykora
|University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Rebecca R. Cockrum
If you are interested to setup a site for your university, contact:
Juan F. Medrano, Ph.D.
Department of Animal Science
University of California
One Shields Ave
Davis, CA 95616
Tel: + 1 (530) 752-6786
Fax: +1 (530) 752-0175
For more information pleaes visit DCBSP website at: http://dcbsp.ucdavis.edu/home/