The Numerical Measure of Symmetry for 3D Stick Creatures

@article{Jaskowski2008TheNM,
  title={The Numerical Measure of Symmetry for 3D Stick Creatures},
  author={Wojciech Jaskowski and Maciej Komosinski},
  journal={Artificial Life},
  year={2008},
  volume={14},
  pages={425-443}
}
This work introduces a numerical, continuous measure of symmetry for 3D stick creatures and solid 3D objects. Background information about the property of symmetry is provided, and motivations for developing a symmetry measure are described. Three approaches are mentioned, and two of them are presented in detail using formal mathematical language. The best approach is used to sort a set of creatures according to their symmetry. Experiments with a mixed set of 84 individuals originating from… CONTINUE READING

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