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SLOGRO fractal generation routines from Scientific America. Pascal src.
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SLOGRO fractal generation routines from Scientific America. Pascal src.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
FRAC.ASM 7187 1551 deflated
FRAC.OBJ 1708 1171 deflated
SLOGRO.DOC 1037 565 deflated
SLOGRO.EXE 38166 21932 deflated
SLOGRO.PAS 4322 1462 deflated
SLOGRO2.EXE 38609 22297 deflated
SLOGRO2.PAS 4294 1559 deflated

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Contents of the SLOGRO.DOC file




Slogro & Slogro2
By Devin Cook


These two programs are implementations of the SLOGRO fractal process
described in Scientific American - Dec 1988.

Slogro.EXE is the standerd implementation of SLOGRO.

Slogro2.EXE has is roughly the same process except that the main particle
movement routine has been redone in assembly ( FRAC.ASM ), and an alteration
has been done to the premise, whereby instead of the circle being a fixed
radius, it is now a changing radius, starting at 10 pixels and working its
way to 100. This speeds things up but a factor of 20! As the resting
particles approach the radius, the circle is backed off, as to allow for
a truly random process to still take place.

The plotter routines were written for a Comscriber plotter, but could easily
be altered to make a box on the paper at the relative location of the particle
on any plotter.

Finally the graphics are set up to run with a herc graphic card, but it should
be fairly easy to alter it to work with any graphics system.





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