フラクタル図形と次元による繊維と情報の関係についての解析 Analysis of the Relationship between Patterns of Textiles and Information by means of Fractal Images and Dimensions
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Textile fibers have long been used as a medium to record, preserve and transmit information. Jacquard invented Jacquard fabrics with optional patterns that are produced by using punch cards. Punch card corresponds to a pattern with the position of small punched holes. The form of information is regarded as the regular mass of information element or the so-called "systematized form". There are three patterns in systmatized forms of information elements on textiles. They are linear form, branched form, and grouping form. Gestalists attempted to classfy the types of interaction in the visual system and called them laws of perception. Their lows of grouping includes proximity, similarity, good continuation, and closure. The laws of "grouping" may be seen in a "systematized form" of the information element for the spaces in lace. The box-counting dimensions of string part, space part of lace and fractal images were measured to discuss the relationship between box-counting dimension and "grouping (law of perception)".
- Sen-ito Kogyo
Sen-ito Kogyo 53(7), 272-280, 1997-07-10
The Society of Fiber Science and Technology, Japan