Dynamical Systems and Fractals: Computer Graphics Experiments with Pascalby Karl-Heinz Becker, Michael Dorfler
Pub. Date: 12/28/2011
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This study introduces the reader to a area of current scientific research that opened up with the advent of computer availability: computer graphics. The problems and exercises require only a basic knowledge of mathematics.
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Table of ContentsForeword: new directions in computer graphics: experimental mathematics; Preface to the German edition; 1. Researchers discover chaos; 2. Between order and chaos: Feigenbaum diagrams; 3. Strange attractors; 4. Greetings from Sir Isaac; 5. Complex frontiers; 6. Encounter with the gingerbread man; 7. New sights - new insights; 8. Fractal computer graphics; 9. Step by step into chaos; 10. Journey to the land of infinite structures; 11. Building blocks for graphics experiments; 12. Pascal and the fig-trees; 13. Appendices; Index.
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