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Method and System for Generating Functional Background for Applications using Genetic Programming

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000237428D
Publication Date: 2014-Jun-18
Document File: 1 page(s) / 30K

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Benoit Schillings: INVENTOR [+2]

Abstract

A method and system is disclosed for generating functional background for applications using genetic programming. The method and system combines a population of base functions (f(x,y, a1, a2,....an)) using a set of mixing functions such as, but not limited to, +, -, /, and exp, to produce a dynamic pixel shader. Thereafter, entropy of generated pattern is measured to determine an interest of the pattern.

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Method and System for Generating Functional Background for Applications using Genetic Programming

Abstract

A method and system is disclosed for generating functional background for applications using genetic programming.  The method and system combines a population of base functions (f(x,y, a1, a2,....an)) using a set of mixing functions such as, but not limited to, +, -, /, and exp, to produce a dynamic pixel shader.  Thereafter, entropy of generated pattern is measured to determine an interest of the pattern.

Description

Disclosed is a method and system for generating functional background for applications using genetic programming.  The method and system uses genetic programming functions to generate some static or dynamic backgrounds for applications such as, but not limited to, mobile applications.  The method and system combines a population of base functions (f(x,y, a1, a2,....an)) using a set of mixing functions such as, but not limited to, +, -, /, and exp, to produce a dynamic pixel shaders.  Thereafter, pattern of generated entropy is measured to determine an interest of the pattern such as, but not limited to, blank and noise.

A set of base functions, for instance, (sin(x)*sin(y)) or sqrt (arctan (x + y) +a1) are combined using some mixing operators such as +,-,*, / exp to generate some complex functions of the form:

Pixel (x,y,z) = (function1(x,y, a1,....an) combined with function2(x,y, a1,....,an)

The output of the above function generates a 2-dimensional...