Exploring an algorithm to fill the screen with non-overlapping circle. I had fun using traditional colors of Japan and creating these images arround seasons.
- Spring: Sakura-iro (Cherry blossom color), Usumoegi (Pale young green onion)
- Summer: Momo-iro (Peach-colored), Wakatake-iro (Young bamboo color)
- Autumn: Kuchiba-iro (Decaying leaves color), Koke-iro (Moss color)
- Winter: Ōtan (Ochre), Matsuba-iro (Pine needle color)
I’m learning about Dynamic Programming for Algodeck. One popular example is the rod cutting problem. On the market, an 8 meters rod sells for 20 Euros, 7 meters for 17, 6 meters for 17, 5 meters for 10, 4 meters for 9, 3 meters for 8, 2 meters for 5, and 1 meter for 1. Suppose you own an eight-meter rod and you want to cut it to sell smaller pieces. Which cuts would you do to maximize your profit?
Combinations = half burger
Permutations = complete burger