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Generative design: a paradigm for design research
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In this paper, we review a number of processes that can be explored by designers and suggest how design as a discipline can benefit from this research. Expand
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Mapping species distributions with social media geo-tagged images: Case studies of bees and flowering plants in Australia
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We investigate some causes of social network site data unreliability and explore how to mitigate them. Expand
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Synthetic Population Dynamics: A Model of Household Demography
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We present a parsimonious individual-based model for generating synthetic population dynamics that focuses on the effects that demographic change have on the structure and composition of households. Expand
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Art, emergence, and the computational sublime
This paper looks at some critical and technical issues of relevance to generative art. In particular, it examines the concept of emergence, looking at its historical origins and salient issuesExpand
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Flower Colours through the Lens: Quantitative Measurement with Visible and Ultraviolet Digital Photography
Background The study of the signal-receiver relationship between flowering plants and pollinators requires a capacity to accurately map both the spectral and spatial components of a signal inExpand
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Floral colours in a world without birds and bees: the plants of Macquarie Island.
We studied biotically pollinated angiosperms on Macquarie Island, a remote site in the Southern Ocean with a predominately or exclusively dipteran pollinator fauna, in an effort to understand howExpand
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Filterscape: Energy Recycling in a Creative Ecosystem
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This paper extends previous work in evolutionary ecosystemic approaches to generative art and explores the use of resource recycling as a means of generating coherent sonic diversity in a generative sound work. Expand
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Ten Questions Concerning Generative Computer Art
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In this paper, the authors pose 10 questions they consider the most important for understanding generative computer art. Expand
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Why background colour matters to bees and flowers
Flowers are often viewed by bee pollinators against a variety of different backgrounds. On the Australian continent, backgrounds are very diverse and include surface examples of all major geologicalExpand
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Assessing the ecological significance of bee visual detection and colour discrimination on the evolution of flower colours
Bee pollinators interact with flowers in a complex signal-receiver system. Chromatic traits that allow reliable discrimination between rewarding and non-rewarding flowers have been proposed as anExpand
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