Computation, Complexity, and Emergence Mandelbrot & Julia Sets Prof. Marie desJardins February 22, 2012 Based on slides prepared by Nathaniel Wise. HONR 300/CMSC 491. Chapter 8: The Mandelbrot Set & Julia Sets. There once was a young man from Trinity Who took .
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There once was a young man from Trinity
Who took .
But the number of digits
Gave him the fidgets;
He dropped Math and took up Divinity.
The black area corresponds to points in the Mandelbrot set. The colored area represents points not in the Mandelbrot set, where the brightness of the color is proportional to the number of iterations before divergence (i.e., the smallest value of t for which xt ≥ 2).