Fractals/Iterations in the complex plane/misiurewicz

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Misiurewicz point is the parameter c ( point oc parameter plane) where the critical orbit is pre-periodic.

Properities[edit | edit source]

notation[edit | edit source]

Misiurewicz polynomial ( map) can be marked by:[2]

  • the parameter coordinate c ∈ M
  • the external angle of the ray that lands:
    • at z = c in J(f) on the dynamic plane
    • at c in M on the parameter plane


so

Examples:

  • the Kokopelli Julia set [3] The angle 3/15 = p0011 = 0.(0011) has preperiod = 0 and period = 4. The conjugate angle on the parameter plane is 4/15 or p0100. The kneading sequence is AAB* and the internal address is 1-3-4. The corresponding parameter rays are landing at the root of a primitive component of period 4.


preperiod[edit | edit source]

Preperiod is used in 2 meanings :

  • K =preperiod of critical point
  • k = preperiod of critical value

Note that :

 k = K -1

Period p is the same for critical value and citical point

Wolf Jung uses preperiod of critical value : "... the usual convention is to use the preperiod of the critical value. This has the advantage, that the angles of the critical value have the same preperiod under doubling as the point, and the same angles are found in the parameter plane."

Pastor uses preperiod of critical point : "all the Misiurewicz points are given with one unit more in their preperiods, therefore this M2,1 is given as M3,1 "[4]

types[edit | edit source]

period[edit | edit source]

Misiurewicz points c

  • with period 1 are of the type:[5]
    • alpha, i.e.
    • beta, i.e
  • with period > 1

where alfa and beta are fixed points of complex quadratic polynomial

Topological[edit | edit source]

all Misiurewicz points are centers of the spirals, which are turning:[6]

  • slow
  • fast
  • if the Misiurewicz point is a real number, it does not turn at all


Spirals can also be classified by the number of arms.

Visual types:[7]

  • branch tips = terminal points of the branches[8] or tips of the midgets[9]
  • centers of spirals = fast spiral
  • branch point = points where branches meet[10] = centers of slow spirals with more then 1 arm
  • band-merging points of chaotic bands (the separator of the chaotic bands and )[11] = 2 arm spiral

number of external rays[edit | edit source]

  • endpoint = tip = 1 angle
  • primitive type = 2 angles of primitive cycle
  • satellite type = 2 or more angles from satellite cycle

where primitive and satelite are the types of hyperbolic components

preperiod and period[edit | edit source]

In general a preperiodic critical value has a preperiod k, a period p, a ray period rp, and v angles. There are three cases,

  • tip: r = 1 and v = 1
  • primitive: r = 1 and v = 2
  • satellite: r > 1 and v = r

named types[edit | edit source]

principal[edit | edit source]

The principal Misiurewicz point of the limb :[12]

  • hase m external angles, that are preimages (under doubling) of the external angles of

characteristic[edit | edit source]

Characteristic Misiurewicz point of the chaotic band of the Mandelbrot set is :[13]

  • the most prominent and visible Misiurewicz point of a chaotic band
  • have the same period as the band
  • have the same period as the gene of the band

Examples[edit | edit source]

Misiurewicz Points, part of the Mandelbrot set:

  • Centre 0.4244 + 0.200759i; Max. Iterations 100; View radius 0.00479616 [14]


videos[edit | edit source]

demos[edit | edit source]

Images[edit | edit source]

Computing[edit | edit source]

"... we do not know how to compute (...) Misiurewicz parameters (with high (pre)periods) for the family of quadratic rational maps. One might need to and a non-rigorous method to and Misiurewicz parameter in a reasonable time like Biham-Wenzel's method." HIROYUKI INOU [15]

Computing Misiurewicz points of complex quadratic mapping[edit | edit source]

roots of polynomial[edit | edit source]

Misiurewicz points [16] are special boundary points.

Define polynomial in Maxima CAS :

P(n):=if n=0 then 0 else P(n-1)^2+c;

Define a Maxima CAS function whose roots are Misiurewicz points, and find them.

M(preperiod,period):=allroots(%i*P(preperiod+period)-%i*P(preperiod));

Examples of use :

(%i6) M(2,1);
(%o6) [c=-2.0,c=0.0]
(%i7) M(2,2);
(%o7) [c=-1.0*%i,c=%i,c=-2.0,c=-1.0,c=0.0]

factorizing the polynomials[edit | edit source]

" factorizing the polynomials that determine Misiurewicz points. I believe that you should start with

  ( f^(p+k-1) (c) + f^(k-1) (c) ) / c

This should already have exact preperiod k , but the period is any divisor of p . So it should be factorized further for the periods.

Example: For preperiod k = 1 and period p = 2 we have

  c^3 + 2c^2 + c + 2 .

This is factorized as

(c + 2)*(c^2 + 1)  

for periods 1 and 2 . I guess that these factors appear exactly once and that there are no other factors, but I do not know."Wolf Jung


Misiurewicz domains[edit | edit source]

Newton method[edit | edit source]

Finding external angles of rays that land on the Misiurewicz point[edit | edit source]

Questions[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. mathoverflow question: is-there-some-known-way-to-create-the-mandelbrot-set-the-boundary-with-an-ite
  2. Finite Subdivision Rules from Matings of Quadratic Functions: Existence and Constructions by Mary E. Wilkerson
  3. The Thurston Algorithm for quadratic matings by Wolf Jung
  4. G. Pastor, M. Romera, G. Alvarez, J. Nunez, D. Arroyo, F. Montoya, "Operating with External Arguments of Douady and Hubbard", Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society, vol. 2007, Article ID 045920, 17 pages, 2007. https://doi.org/10.1155/2007/45920
  5. W Jung : Homeomorphisms on Edges of the Mandelbrot Set Ph.D. thesis of 2002
  6. Book : Fractals for the Classroom: Part Two: Complex Systems and Mandelbrot Set, page 461, by Heinz-Otto Peitgen, Hartmut Jürgens, Dietmar Saupe
  7. Fractal Geometry from Yale University by Michael Frame, Benoit Mandelbrot (1924-2010), and Nial NegerFebruary 2, 2013
  8. Terminal Point by  Robert P. Munafo, 2008 Mar 9.
  9. mathoverflow question : Is there a way to find regions of depth in the Mandelbrot set other than simply poking around?
  10. Branch Point by Robert P. Munafo, 1997 Nov 19.
  11. Symbolic sequences of one-dimensional quadratic map points by G Pastor, Miguel Romera, Fausto Montoya Vitini
  12. Families of Homeomorphic Subsets of the Mandelbrot Set by Wolf Jung page 7
  13. G. Pastor, M. Romera, G. Álvarez, D. Arroyo and F. Montoya, "On periodic and chaotic regions in the Mandelbrot set", Chaos, Solitons & Fractals, 32 (2007) 15-25
  14. example
  15. VISUALIZATION OF THE BIFURCATION LOCUS OF CUBICPOLYNOMIAL FAMILY by HIROYUKI INOU
  16. MIsiurewicz point in wikipedia