z(0) = c = pixel; |
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This set is the classic, named after Benoît Mandelbrot: the only one implemented
in many plotting programs, and the source of most of the printed
fractal images published in recent years. It is simply a graph:
the x (horizontal) and y (vertical) coordinate axes represent
ranges of two independent quantities, with various colors used
to symbolize levels of a third quantity which depends on the
first two. So far, so good: basic analytic geometry. |