Algorithms of Art: Negentropy Triptych - Greeting Card
Negentropy Triptych is an unexpected outcome of a mathematics research project, titled ‘Stress-testing algorithms: generating new test instances to elicit insights’.
Professor Kate Smith-Miles’ quest to generate mathematical functions that are challenging and ‘stress-test’ optimisation algorithms has led to a large collection of intricate and beautiful 2D images: contour plots of mathematical functions that have been mathematically generated to create challenging landscapes.
Kate Smith-Miles is a Melbourne Laureate Professor of Applied Mathematics at the University of Melbourne. She was awarded a five-year Laureate Fellowship from the Australian Research Council, and has published two books and over 280 papers on diverse topics in applied mathematics.
Negentropy Triptych © Kate Smith-Miles and Mario Andrés Muñoz-Acosta, 2019
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Tri-fold greeting card, blank inside, sold singularly and includes an envelope
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FSC certified card 340gsm
145mm x 145mm