FractionalGeometry-Chap2

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Unformatted text preview: actor. Filling in the details would be cumbersome, but these are the components of the proof. Practice problems The practice problems use a four function IFS, three scaling by 1/2, one scaling by 1/4, placed according to the schematic on the left side of Fig. 2.60. As in example 2.9.2, each transformation can involve reflection across the x-axis, reflection across the y -axis, or rigid rotation by π/2, π , or 3π/2. Translations place each image in the appropriate location. Prxs 2.9.1 The attractor without rotations or reflections (right side of Fig. 2.60) is multiply-connected. Find an example with a dendrite attractor. Prxs 2.9.2 Given that the transformations TA , TB , and TC have a dendrite attractor, must every four function IFS also have a dendrite attractor? Prxs 2.9.3 Find a four function IFS with a disconnected attractor. Is the attractor totally disconnected? Practice problem solutions 94 CHAPTER 2. ITERATED FUNCTION SYSTEMS PrxsSol 2.9.1 Looking at the attractor on the right side of Fig. 2.60, the m...
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