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The beauty and complexity of the Mandelbrot set [videorecording] / with John H. Hubbard ; produced and directed by Gary Welz
New York : The Science Television Company, c1990
Location Call Number Status
 Videos/2nd Flr  QA297.8 .B42 1990    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Iterative methods (Mathematics)
Mandelbrot sets
Computer art
Computer graphics -- Mathematics
Physical Description 1 videodisc (73 min.): sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Note - System Details DVD
Credits Music, Lois Anderson ; computer graphics programmer, Homer Smith
Summary John H. Hubbard explains iteration and how it is used to create pictures of Julia and Mandelbrot sets, as well as the electric fields which would surround electrically charged objects shaped like them. The program concludes with remarks about these sets and the field of genetics and their relations
Series Visualization in mathematics
Alternate Author Hubbard, John H. (John Hamal), 1945 or 1946-
Welz, Gary
Science Television Company

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