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#Actualfir

Posted 07 February 2014 - 09:25 AM

OK. Here's my last attempt at trying to explain why this isn't a fractal. This is an image similar to what you posted:

 

output1.png

 

This is what happened after I zoomed in a bit and I used anti-aliasing:

 

output-1.png

 

You got to low frequenzy paltette (*)- I was saing about this, (more than once i think and I see some ignore it ;\ - ) the details will appear if you increase it - if you will ignore this we will not agree here

(same thing with sierpiński on mandelbrot if you do only 5 iteration steps

you will get finite complexity)

 

(*) and maybe to low sampling frequenzy too, if this pattern vanishes

indeed maybe the grid sampling is needed - i dont know if this distortion to circles are so small that this grid sampling shows it

 

 

 

anyway this is strange - do antyaliasing destroyed most of the pattern but leaved some horizontal and vertical line ones? if the rest vanished why the vertical horizontal are still visible?

 

what way this antyaliasing works here? average of many subsamples per pixel?

 

on the other way this not changes too much:

if underlying shape is such smooth, indeed the grid sampling should be included in algorith - but this do not change to much only adds some module to formula - sample the result with rectangle grid

 

 you think infinite complexity is not obtainable this way?


#1fir

Posted 07 February 2014 - 08:23 AM

OK. Here's my last attempt at trying to explain why this isn't a fractal. This is an image similar to what you posted:

 

output1.png

 

This is what happened after I zoomed in a bit and I used anti-aliasing:

 

output-1.png

 

You got to low frequenzy paltette - I was saing about this, (more than once i think and I see some ignore it ;\ - ) the details will appear if you increase it - if you will ignore this we will not agree here

(same thing with sierpiński on mandelbrot if you do only 5 iteration steps

you will get finite complexity)


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