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Cantor Function
This Demonstration runs eight iterations of the Cantor function. You can zoom in close to the origin to see the fractal nature of the function.
Contributed by:
Douglas Rivers
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Program segment borrowed from M. Trott's
The Mathematica Guidebook for Graphics
, New York: Springer-Verlag, 2004.
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Contributed by:
Douglas Rivers
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