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Procedural generation

Procedural generation
Procedural generation is a widely used term in the production of media; it refers to content generated algorithmically rather than manually. Often, this means creating content on the fly rather than prior to distribution. This is often related to computer graphics applications and video game level design. Overview[edit] The term procedural refers to the process that computes a particular function. The modern demoscene uses procedural generation to package a great deal of audiovisual content into relatively small programs. In recent years, there has been an increasing interest in procedural content generation within the academic game research community, especially among researchers interested in applying artificial intelligence methods to the problems of PCG. Contemporary application[edit] Video games[edit] RoboBlitz used procedurally generated textures in order to reduce the file size of the game Furthermore, the number of unique objects displayed in a video game is increasing. Film[edit]

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a little bit of something - not shit web design. in cornwall SpeedTree® | Welcome BAE Taranis Taranis Test Flight 10 August 2013 The BAE Systems Taranis is a British demonstrator programme for Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (UCAV) technology, being developed primarily by the defence contractor BAE Systems. A semi-autonomous unmanned warplane, it is designed to fly intercontinental missions, and will carry a variety of weapons, enabling it to attack both aerial and ground targets. It will utilise stealth technology, giving it a low radar profile, and it will be controllable via satellite link from anywhere on Earth.[1][2] The Strategic Unmanned Air Vehicles (Experiment) Integrated Project Team, or SUAV(E) IPT, is responsible for auditing and overseeing the project.[3] The aircraft, which is intended to demonstrate the viability of unmanned multi-role systems, is named after the Celtic god of thunder, Taranis.[4] Background[edit] Design and development[edit] Prototype[edit] Flight testing[edit] On 5 February 2014, BAE revealed information on Taranis flight tests. Specifications[edit]