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Tag Archives: iterated equation
Draw a Fibonacci word fractal in C#
This example uses the Fibonacci word to draw a fractal curve. For information on the Fibonacci word, see the post Calculate Fibonacci words in C#. To draw a curve with level N, use Fibonacci word number N. Loop through the … Continue reading
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Draw a Mandelbrot set fractal with smoothly shaded colors in C#
The example Use a Complex number class to draw a Mandelbrot set fractal easily in C# explains how to draw a Mandelbrot set by iterating the equation: Z(n) = Z(n1)2 + C Where Z(n) and C are complex numbers. The … Continue reading
Use a Complex number class to draw a Mandelbrot set fractal easily in C#
The example Draw a Mandelbrot set fractal in C# explains how to draw a Mandelbrot set by iterating the equation: Z(n) = Z(n1)2 + C Where Z(n) and C are complex numbers. The program iterates this equation until the magnitude … Continue reading
Draw a Mandelbrot set fractal in C#
The Mandelbrot set uses an iterated equation to calculate colors for the points in a region. The equation is: Z(n) = Z(n1)2 + C Here the Z(n) and C are complex numbers. It can be shown that, if the magnitude … Continue reading
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Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, example, example program, fractals, graphics, iterated equation, Mandelbrot, Mandelbrot set, mathematics, Windows Forms programming
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