Serial Polar Transformation Motifs Revisited

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Gary Greenfield: Serial Polar Transformation Motifs Revisited. In: Bridges 2005. Pages 443–448



Elliot and Bleicher considered using compositions of polar transformations — functions from the plane to the plane viewed as transformations from polar to cartesian coordinates — as a method for generating computer images. In this paper we revisit this technique for creating what we call motifs in order to more carefully consider: (1) how these transformations are defined, (2) implementation and resolution issues, (3) motif coloring, and (4) the automated evolution of motifs.

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