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complex iteration (complex "height")
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I see. And a purely imaginary value as well somewhere between -1 and -1.5.

Now it gets too fast for me, may be You can explain how it all comes together when You feel like it. It is really exciting.


I was wondering if such spirals can form some basis for expansion of complex functions, maybe resulting from tetration, in series , similar to Fourier (not that I know much about it, but spiral basis would seem so natural for many things happening in nature).

Ivars
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RE: complex iteration (complex "height") - by Ivars - 03/27/2008, 07:41 AM

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