# Search Results for ""

1 - 10 of 391 for Mandelbrot fractalSearch Results

A

**fractal**is an object or quantity that displays self-similarity, in a somewhat technical sense, on all scales. The object need not exhibit exactly the same structure at all ...The

**fractal**J(-3/4,0), where J is the Julia set. It slightly resembles the**Mandelbrot**set.A Julia set with c=-0.390541-0.586788i. The

**fractal**somewhat resembles the better known**Mandelbrot**set.The term

**Mandelbrot**set is used to refer both to a general class of**fractal**sets and to a particular instance of such a set. In general, a**Mandelbrot**set marks the set of ...A

**Mandelbrot**set-like**fractal**obtained by iterating the map z_(n+1)=z_n^3+(z_0-1)z_n-z_0.The

**fractal**illustrated above.A curve on which points of a map z_n (such as the

**Mandelbrot**set) diverge to a given value r_(max) at the same rate. A common method of obtaining lemniscates is to define an ...The H-

**fractal**is a**fractal**constructed by starting with the line segments corresponding to a capital letter H, then iteratively placing smaller H's centered at the top and ...A Julia set with constant c chosen at the boundary of the

**Mandelbrot**set (Branner 1989; Dufner et al. 1998, p. 225). The image above was computed using c=i.The Cesàro

**fractal**is a**fractal**also known as the torn square**fractal**. The base curves and motifs for the two fractals illustrated above are shown below. Starting with a unit ......