One of the main reasons which make me be interested in graph generation is that it provides different families of graphs. The benefit of having these families is that
for different purposes we can search in the existing graphs and find what we are looking for.
In my poster, I tried to put "generating" as a rival for "designing". The term generating refers to graph and means graph generation while designing is considered as city designing.
I tried to show that we may use graph generation for designing cities.
Actually now, it is too soon that we can announce that graph generation can be used for designing cities because it is still a child, but I hope this idea is achieved in the future.
The background image is the map of Canberra and the boxes surrounding the text are steps through which Canberra can be generated from a triangle.
In current Canberra, this triangle is made of Commonwealth Ave., Kings Ave. and Parkes Way
Parliament House and London Circuit are two of the three vertices of it.
Although this is my first year in this exhibition, but I tried to do my best! I've uploaded two version of my poster also for the ones who like to have a look here:
I'd like to thanks William Shakespeare
because of his famous quotation:
"To be, or not to be - That's the question"
from which I got the idea of the title of my poster.