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Strang's Strange Figures
The points of a periodic function plotted at integer arguments show a variety of patterns. This Demonstration shows a plot of the points
.
Contributed by:
Michael Trott
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f
— the function
number of points — number of points
n
α
— argument prefactor
β
— argument exponent
γ
— function exponent
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Strang's Strange Figures
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/StrangsStrangeFigures/
Contributed by:
Michael Trott
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