Monthly Archives: February 2016

Example code from presentation: Ways of Seeing Julia Sets

I gave a presentation at yesterday’s DIT School of Mathematical Sciences lunchtime research seminar titled Ways of Seeing Julia Sets: Visualizing the forces that shape fractal Julia sets. This was the abstract: Early in the 20th century, work by mathematicians … Continue reading

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C or Python? Comparison of execution time for Mandelbrot image generation

Because I’ve been generating a lot of fractal images recently, I’ve found myself spending quite a bit of time sitting around waiting for programs I’ve written to finish long repetitive calculations. In particular, I’ve generated several long sequences of several … Continue reading

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