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Methods of Generating Plants for Computer Graphics
Picek, Jiří ; Tóth, Michal (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
This Bachelor's thesis deals with methods useable for a plant generation for computer graphics. Most detailed described method is generation by L-system. The thesis describes idividually extensions of 0L-systems. To get a geometric representation of model, the output of the L-system is proceed by turtle graphics. The geometric representation of model is drawn using OpenGL graphics library. Textures are generated by Perlin's noise function implemented in GLSL.
Procedurally Generated City
Hájíček, Lukáš ; Polok, Lukáš (referee) ; Šolony, Marek (advisor)
This work is about procedural generation of cities. There are defined the different stages of city development and existing methods used to achieve them. The following describes the procedures used to implement a system capable of generating cities. The resulting generator is able to generate cities based on given parameters such as density of streets.
Mathematical modelling with L-systems
Janoutová, Růžena ; Procházková, Jana (referee) ; Martišek, Dalibor (advisor)
This work deals with L-systems and their practical utilization. The work can be devided into two parts - theoretical and applied. In the theoretical part, i.e. in the first chapter, the L-systems are discussed. There can be found their introduction and classification. Apllied part includes second and third chapter. Second chapter contains review of L-system's utilization and third chapter is dedicated to program attached to this work, his description and manual.
Evolutionary Design Using Rewriting Systems
Nétková, Barbora ; Hyrš, Martin (referee) ; Bidlo, Michal (advisor)
This master’s thesis proposes a method for the evolutionary design of rewriting systems. In particular, genetic algorithm will be applied to design rewriting rules for a specific variant of Lindenmayer system. The evolved rules of such grammar will be applied to generate growing sorting networks. Some distinct approaches to the rewriting process and construction of the sorting networks will be investigated. It will be shown that the evolution is able to successfully design rewriting rules for the proposed variants of rewriting processes. The results obtained exhibit abilities to successfully create partially growing sorting networks, which was evolved to grow for fewer inputs and in subsequent iterations grows up to 36 inputs.
Graphics Intro 64kB Using OpenGL
Burkot, Martin ; Polok, Lukáš (referee) ; Herout, Adam (advisor)
This thesis deals with the creation of minimal graphics intro. Intro size is not extending 64kB. The base of the intro is procedurally generated terrain supplemented with procedural vegetation and texture representing clouds. It also has terrain texture and imported 3D models. As background music is music playing.
Clouds and Hills Generation Using Fractal Geometry
Tůma, Petr ; Zuzaňák, Jiří (referee) ; Venera, Jiří (advisor)
This work is concerned with generation of landscape objects using fractal geometry. In this work is explained what the fractal is and terms associated with them. The other parts describe basic theoretical ideas and implementation of these algorithms. The Capital theme is generation of models clouds and hills in values of input parameters, their presentation and date media saved there. The project includes my algorithm extension for hills generation of course. At the conclusion of this work are summarized tendencies of next development and my results.
Procedural Generation of Cities
Bílý, Kristián ; Kobrtek, Jozef (referee) ; Starka, Tomáš (advisor)
Bachelor thesis is about procedural city generation. It's goal is to design, implement and test application, that is capable of city generation in user's terrain. The work uses L-Systems for generating road network. It also focuses on variation of building models. Final application is capable of city generation. Application properly reacts to user's input. User's input is basic city structure and terrain.
Procedural Generation of City Topology
Zvěřina, Lukáš ; Navrátil, Jan (referee) ; Láník, Aleš (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis is about problematique of procedural modeling. It especially tatgets procedural generation of city topology, using fractal geometry, rewriting gramatics using L-systems, OpenGL library for displaying scene and detailed description of approaches in texturing, lighting and other graphics effects.
Procedurally Generated City
Pazdera, Radek ; Nečas, Ondřej (referee) ; Kajan, Rudolf (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis covers procedural generation of cities. It explores various existing systems that allow procedural generation of large urban areas. Some of the used approaches in this area are later discussed and explained. This thesis also describes design, implementation and testing of an open-source system for procedural generation of cities, which is based on the discussed techniques. The system consists of libcity library and a demo application OgreCity. At the end of this thesis is the current implementation evaluated and a few possible extensions are proposed.
Mathematical methods of morphology modelling of coniferous trees
Janoutová, Růžena ; Štarha, Pavel (referee) ; Martišek, Dalibor (advisor)
The thesis was focused on creation of a coniferous tree by nondestructive method allowing description of structure of adult spruce trees. After processing provided data we created a model of L-system which creates a tree branch. Thereafter, a Python script generated parameters which were required for the creation of the model of the tree in graphical software Blender. Model of coniferous tree was sucesfully generated. Its memory requirements are high but for our purposes this is not an essential problem.

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