The Carotid–Kundalini fractal is a structure produced by the superposition of plots of functions of the type
is an integer. The fractal structure can be seen on the interval
THINGS TO TRY
Rotate and Zoom in 3D
For the case of the 2D plot, the graphic corresponds to the product
for a fixed
, and is not a superposition of
plots. The 3D view is the set of curves
for different values of
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