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The Generalized Weierstrass-Riemann Functions
The generalized Weierstrass–Riemann functions are continuous everywhere but are differentiable almost nowhere. They are defined by
.
This Demonstration plots these functions in the complex plane for values of
between 0 and
.
Contributed by:
Michael Croucher
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Weierstrass Function
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Nowhere Differentiable Function
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/TheGeneralizedWeierstrassRiemannFunctions/
Contributed by:
Michael Croucher
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