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2009
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Filterscape: Energy Recycling in a Creative Ecosystem

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Filterscape: Energy Recycling in a Creative Ecosystem
Abstract. This paper extends previous work in evolutionary ecosystemic approaches to generative art. Filterscape, adopts the implicit fitness specification that is fundamental to this approach and explores the use of resource recycling as a means of generating coherent sonic diversity in a generative sound work. Filterscape agents consume and deposit energy that is manifest in the simulation as sound. Resource recycling is shown to support cooperative as well as competitive survival strategies. In the context of our simulation, these strategies are recognised by their characteristic audible signatures. The model provides a novel means to generate sonic diversity through de-centralised agent interactions.
Alice C. Eldridge, Alan Dorin
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where EVOW
Authors Alice C. Eldridge, Alan Dorin
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