Authors: Prathamesh Deshmukh
My research paper is "Transformation of the pixels in Tupper's self-referential formula " is Based on Tupper's self-referential formula, you might know this formula As it is popular due to its property of plotting itself. But that is not the only amazing thing about this formula, it doesn't only plot itself but it plots every possible combination of the pixels between k and k+17 on the y-axis and 0 to 106 on the x-axis I.e. it plots all possible combination of these 1802 pixels and the value of k is used for sliding over the y-axis My research idea start with a question that if there is some graphical formation at a particular value of k then what can do to change the graphical formation or to change its position, this question leads to my research which has two main ideas 1> How to change any graphical formation into other graphical formation by applying some kind of operation to the value of the k 2>How can this different graphical formation be used as a frame to create a film / motion picture So what can my research do 1> My research represent all the possible graphical (in 1802 pixels ) and all its possible variation I.e. it have every possible graphical formation which is converting into other possible graphical structure 2> You can create a formula for any film / motion picture 3> In short formulas in my research is like library of babel of film / motion picture
Comments: 33 Pages. This is my first research paper and I would like to have any suggestion or improvement for the paper
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