Brooks-Matelski Set  

2010 Jan 29.



The interior of the Mandelbrot Set was imaged by Brooks and Matelski a year or two before Mandelbrot himself saw it, and so it is sometimes referred to as the "Brooks-Matelski Set".

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This Julia set image is from their 1978 paper (see reference below).

See History.


Robert Brooks and J. Peter Matelski, The dynamics of 2-generator subgroups of PSL(2,C), Riemann Surfaces and Related Topics: Proceedings of the 1978 Stony Brook Conference, Princeton University Press, 1980. (0-691-08264-2/80/000065-07).


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