The mappings are :
For most practical purposes you’ll want to (as seen in above picture) restrict the domain of to not include some neighborhood of to make it a bounded function on .
Tags: fractals, math
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is there an image i can see of this on the riemann sphere…
i am having trouble visualising it….
Not that I’m aware of at the moment. I may make one at some point.
put in another search on google and this page pops up again… i remember asking you if it was possible and i thought this was your answer for a moment… any progress on seeing this in ’3d’?
have to say, it still doesn’t look how i imagined it… i guess there are lots of ways of doing it…
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