Internal Address  

Robert P. Munafo, 2008 Feb 18.



An analytical naming system that can be used to identify any mu-atom. An internal address is specified by giving the periods and internal angles of mu-atoms one encounters while traversing the path from the continent seed to the mu-atom being named. Not all mu-atoms are named (if they were, then any island would have an infinitely long name!). The name includes only those that are necessary to avoid ambiguity.

For example, the internal address of R2F(1/3B1)Sa is 11/3->31/2->4. The numbers, in order are: 1 (the period of R2a), 1/3 (the internal angle of R2.1/3a), 3 (the period of R2.1/3a), 1/2 (the internal angle of R2.1/3.1/2a) and 4 (the period of R2F(1/3B1)Sa).

This naming system is used by Johannes Riedl and others.




From the Mandelbrot Set Glossary and Encyclopedia, by Robert Munafo, (c) 1987-2017.     Mu-ency index


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