FIBROUS ROOT MODEL IN BATIK PATTERN GENERATION release_abywbxytfrckxjvfqewnsxae2q

by Daru Purba, Kusuma

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2017   Volume 31, Issue 14


Batik is one of famous cultural heritage in Indonesia. One effort to preserve batik is by exploring new patterns. One of popular pattern is floral pattern. In this research, fibrous root model is proposed and is combined with the traditional batik pattern. This model is developed by combining root growth model based on L-system and random walk. In this research, the fibrous root model has been implemented into computer based batik pattern generation with some alternatives: single direction, random direction, and radial direction. Based on the test, split ratio has positive correlation with the average number of segments. Die ratio has negative correlation with the number of segments. The maximum deviation angle makes the root growth wider. The number of seeds and the number of iterations have positive correlation with the number of segments. The increasing of the number of seeds makes the complexity grows linearly. The increasing of the number of iterations makes the complexity grows logarithmically.
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