Texture Synthesis with Tandem Genetic Algorithms using Nonparametric Partially Ordered Markov Models

@inproceedings{AshlockTextureSW,
  title={Texture Synthesis with Tandem Genetic Algorithms using Nonparametric Partially Ordered Markov Models},
  author={Dan Ashlock and Jennifer Davidson}
}
In this paper we describe a solution to the problem of synthesizing textures. We use a pair of genetic algorithms to create fast one-pass generating algorithms for five black-and-white textures. This is done using only examples of those textures as input. The key to success is the use of a pair of genetic algorithms and a special structure called a foot pattern. The first genetic algorithm locates a foot pattern, a set of pixel location containing important structural information about the… CONTINUE READING

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