Rough drafting of the final paper has started, this week we completed the following sections: Mathematical Concepts Explored Original Heuristic Survey Design Next week we plan on working on: Modified Heuristic Genetic Algorithm
Organization: Two mathematical concepts explored Cellular Automata Modified cellular automata where you can see the previous generations Initial randomization from the buttons pressed Randomization where it will pick between certain numbers: range L-Systems Heuristic we developed originally How the analysis was done Blobs and how they were analyzed : k-means, shape identification, size identification Colors … Continue reading Research Paper Organization – 04/03/2018
Working through Spring Break to get posters done and brochure's written, we were able to get the display up Monday afternoon. Here are some pictures from the event: Eight images in total were displayed and have their respected score listed on the bottom. They were displayed in order from highest to lowest score, and … Continue reading Exhibit Display 03/31/2018
Spring break is happening, to hear about the progress made please read next week's post!
The Plan Our original plan was to print the posters on campus, which would be significantly cheaper than printing at a store, and allow us to obtain the prints instantly. However, that no longer appears to be an option. To buy us more time to work on our project, we will now be using overnightprint.com. … Continue reading Presentation Preparation 03/12/2018
This week is all about making sure my scoring metric works, namely, getting rid of the static that occurs. Each day I will start by making some changes, testing, running, and eventually running for an extended period of time. Day 1 To try and fix the scoring metric the first thing I will try is … Continue reading Fixing the Scoring Metric 03/05/2018
Weekly Meeting Our weekly meeting shed some important light on what needs to happen in this project to continue moving toward our goal of having an exhibit by the end of this month. Firstly, a brief discussion shed some light on the errors that my program was exhibiting, and allowed for me to fix the … Continue reading Crossover Results 02/29/2018