Our algorithmic tool follows the model of RGB percentage curves, but now the control of these curves is though algorithms that indirectly, and more abstractly, create, evolve, and modify such curves. To fully explain our methods we must first introduce the topic "mutating expressions." This is done in Section Two. In Section Three we document the user-interface problems we dealt with, and finally in Section Four discuss conclusions and suggest ideas for future exploration. Before commencing with the technical details however, we wish to emphasize the nature of the "colorization" problem that led to the conception and development of our methods.
Gary R. Greenfield. An Algorithmic Palette Tool. Technical paper (TR-94-02). Math and Computer Science Technical Report Series. Richmond, Virginia: Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Richmond, February, 1994.