Jason (jcreed) wrote,
Jason
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Playing around with attempting to train up a slightly more clever diamond-square map synthesis algorithm which, instead of just adding random noise at midpoints, adds some quantity that is a prediction based on the training data.
map science
(the map images here are not the output of any algorithm, yet, they're just bits of the pacific northwest, but I like how the data structure visualization below looks)
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