it would be more like how one interpolates between the IMDCT output-blocks in something like MP3 or Ogg/Vorbis.
Kylotan, on 25 Feb 2013 - 14:38, said:
cr88192: I must admit I have no idea how any of that would work - although I'm not sure I would need it if I had a function that was defined for all possible values of x any y. I think "interpolating over the region-edges via a windowing function" is essentially what I described originally, bilinearly interpolating between the values for adjacent regions - right?
(may help give an idea at least: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MDCT ).
basically, each region would have its own local set of interpolated sample points, which are used as its own local noise function.
now, when blending between regions, the local sample-values would be computed independently within each region, and the windowing would be between the various noise functions (simulating a larger-scale continuous function from a large number of smaller-scale periodic functions).
Edited by cr88192, 25 February 2013 - 07:03 PM.