Personalized Preference Metrics for Image Pattern Design
Artistic perception has been regarded as a subject of personal preference, although there are well established mechanisms explaining characteristics of design artifacts. In this paper, the authors have identified problems relating to specification for image pattern designs. Specification scheme has been suggested that can utilize design elements such as forms, shapes, colors, and nine design principles for automatically generated patterns. Personal preference on design is represented by personalized preference metrics supported by scoring systems. Scoring systems have been constructed to demonstrate ideas and effectiveness of suggested scheme.