MARC FORNES & THEVERYMANY™

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Archive for October, 2007

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071014_Coral






Investigations on “combinatorial processes” or some step stones on the development of three interesting discreet algorythms (Meshing+Orientation+Aperature); combined the results display some emergent qualities very near the inticacy of some Coral structures (though staying within the genotype of a certain “flat paradigm”)…


071001_StochasticChairDress


STOCHASTIC is synonymous with “random.” The word is of Greek origin and means “pertaining to chance” (Parzen 1962, p. 7). It is used to indicate that a particular subject is seen from point of view of randomness. Stochastic is often used as counterpart of the word “deterministic,” which means that random phenomena are not involved. Therefore, stochastic models are based on random trials, while deterministic models always produce the same output for a given starting condition. . (ie mathworld.wolfram.com)

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