11/15/2007, 10:53 AM

Now, here's an image zoomed out a factor of 4, and centered at the origin. This allows us to see an overview of the slog.

Note that there's a lot of detail missing to the right. So far, only the principal branch has been used for the logarithms I've been calculating. I have 64 contours for each unit interval, with about 200 points in the imaginary direction, calculated for about 80 regions. Adding even one branch begins to push the limits of my laptop. When I start showing branches, I will be reducing the number of contours per interval accordingly.

Note that there's a lot of detail missing to the right. So far, only the principal branch has been used for the logarithms I've been calculating. I have 64 contours for each unit interval, with about 200 points in the imaginary direction, calculated for about 80 regions. Adding even one branch begins to push the limits of my laptop. When I start showing branches, I will be reducing the number of contours per interval accordingly.

~ Jay Daniel Fox