A popular misconception we often encounter when answering questions, is the notion that in order to simulate an effect A that looks somewhat similar to another algorithm we built to simulate effect B, all you need to do is tweak a few parameters.
While true in a few circumstannces, there’s a fundamental difference in tweaking an algorithm’s parameters and designing an algorithm to simulate a specific behaviour.
Even more so, there’s a fundamental difference in designing an algorithm and implementing it.
In this video, Mo goes covers the three (or four) things you’re gonna go through when creating an algorithm and implementing it:
– The Concept
– The Algorithm
– The Implementation
– The Parameter Space (Tweaking Values)