Julia set


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Ju·li·a set

 (jo͞o′lē-ə)
n.
For any holomorphic function on a complex plane, the boundary of the set of points whose result diverges when the function is iteratively evaluated at each point.

[After Gaston Julia (1893-1978), French mathematician.]
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The original Julia set, for example, used by Mandelbrot, is based on iteration with complex numbers, possibly a Year 11 or 12 topic.
Julia set up the charity after the death of a close friend's little girl Cameron Lord at the age of two, and of the death not long before of the tot's small cousin, Hayden Lord.
1 for a singular continuous measure supported on a real Julia set (to be introduced in the following).
By making understandable topics ranging from common fractions to a Julia set, Darling ushers readers into the world of recreational mathematics.
They may have gotten there anyway, but Julia set the standard and laid the groundwork.
But Julia set a standard for far more than a genre that has grown exponentially ever since.
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With the support of her family, friends and boyfriend, Julia set about rebuilding her life and the confidence which played such a big part in it.
Armed initially with nothing but a good idea, Julia set off on a path which has since seen her embark on a cheese-making course with the UK's experts, as well as converting the family garage into a custom-made workspace complete with a cheese vat.
Julia set up her business in September with the help of a Business Start-up Grant from South Tyneside Means Business.
Recycled buttons made the perfect, low-cost material and Julia set up hOle, her button jewellery enterprise.
Julia set up her business in September with the assistance of a Business Start-up Grant from South Tyneside Means Business.