Fractal Based on Noise for Batik Coloring using Normal Gaussian Method

Rusmono Yulianto, Mochammad Hariadi, Mauridhi Hery Purnomo


Noise is an un-expected signal which exists naturally at any system. In the study of fractal batik coloring, noise as a spot is generated as the basis of batik motive coloring. Even distribution of noise spots will produce art-works which involve elements of culture and technology. The development of batik motives and colors could be harmonized with the development of technology, such as the use of fractal method in order to create the new motives of batik. Fractal is a geometric form which can be separated into pieces, where each part is the repeated small version. The coloring of batik was based on the generating noise using Gaussian method. Noise on fractal batik was spots which were generated randomly on the surface of fractal batik, meanwhile Gaussian method was a noise model which followed normal distribution standard with zero average and standard deviation 1.The generating noise as coloring basis of fractal batik patterns, which was formed in the previous study, showed the distant error of noise between 9.1 pixels and 13.7 pixels. This was because the distribution of noise on the fractal batik patterns was carried out randomly using Gaussian method for every process of fractal rewriting system.


batik fractal; noise; Gaussian; noise model

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