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Further exploration of the connections between implicit functions, vector fields, contours, along with imagery.

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- Continued Fraction Images
- Expanding Functions as Infinite Compositions
- Time-Dependent Complex Vector Fields & the Drifting Vessel
- Generalizations of Tannery's Theorem
- Math
- A Note: Infinite Compositions of Contours in the Complex Plane
- ANote: The Natural Curve of Continued Fraction Approximants
- Zeno Contours, Parametric Forms & Integrals
- Structural Identification of Nonlinear Static Objects
- Images of Fixed Point Continued Fractions
- Images of Complex Singularities
- Classroom Notes: Pursuit Curves in the Complex Plane
- A Space of Siamese Contours in Time-dependent Complex Vector Fields
- Functional Expansions II
- A Short Note Expanding Functions as Outer Infinite Compositions
- Operations on Contours in the Complex Plane
- An Elementary Note: Inverse & Implicit Vector Fields in the Complex Plane
- An Elementary Note: Contour & Virtual Integrals of Implicit Complex Functions-Images
- DiffEqSurVGuide1[1]

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John Gill

Summer 2015

way: differentiate

d

dz

= 0 and solve for

= ( z , t ) = F ( z , t ) z , with vector field F ( z , t ) .

dt

dt

: zk ,n = zk 1,n + n ( zk 1,n , k n1 ) , n

Then for each value of t there is a corresponding point z(t ) on the contour.

dz

2(t + i )

= ( z , t ) = z

= F ( z , t ) z . The green vector field is F ( z , t ) . The -contour is red

dt

e +1

(vector field red) and the z -contour is green. Each point (t ) on the red contour has a

corresponding point z(t ) on the green contour that is its implicit function value. Here

k n1 (1 + i )

, n

z

1 + e k 1 ,n

: zk ,n = zk 1,n + n

For instance, to find z(.5) start at z(0) = 0 and stop at zn/2,n .1798 + .4642i for n

Example 2 :

zt + e z (t 2 + 2ti + 1) = 0

Example 3 :

Sin( zt ) + z (t 2 + it ) = 0

Example 4 :

Non-holomorphic functions:

Example 5 :

( x + e ) + i (e

y

y (t ) = 0 , (t ) = t 2 + 1 + 2ti

dz dx dy

2(t + e y )

2(te x 1)

i

=

+i

=

+

dt dt

dt

1 + ex+ y

1 + ex+ y

and t :0 1 , so that z = z (t ) . The -vector field is time-dependent and requires implicit

computations of vector clusters at each point . Once the field has been graphically displayed,

a (Zeno) contour beginning at an arbitrary 0 must be computed point-by-point , each step

requiring the evaluation of the implicit function:

Example 6 :

e z zt = ( z , ;t ) = 0 , 5 Re 5 , -5 Im 5 , 0 = 3 3i

There are imperfections in the implicit value search program (jumping from branch to branch).

Example 7 : ( z , ;t ) = e zt z = 0 , 6 Re 6 , -5 Im 5 , 0 = 5.2 + 3.4i

The Zeno process can be used to paint images of implicit functions much more efficiently than a

gradient algorithm that must search discretely for each value. Consider the following

expression: e z + z (t ) = 0 where (t ) = t + i , t : 0 1 , : 0 1 . The region outlined

by is the unit square and an algorithm that starts at t = 0, = 0 and advances with

incremental steps of , say .005, and at each step generates a Zeno contour as t :0 1

incrementally , calculating the modulus of z (t ) at each step and coloring the appropriate pixel

in the unit square , will produce an image in the plane that represents the topography of the

implicit function z(t ) over the region bounded by the square, or rectangle in general. The one

major drawback is the primitive nature of the implicit search routine I devised, which goes

haywire for periodic functions.

Example 8 : e z + z (t ) = 0 , (t ) = t + i , t : 2 4 , : 2 2

Example 10 :

1

100

z 3 iz (t ) = 0 ,

(t ) = t + i , t : 2 2 , : 2 2

dz dx dy

= + i = ( z , t )

dt dt

dt

dx

ey

dy

1

ey

1

=

,

=

=

+i

x+ y

x+ y

x+ y

dt 1 + e

dt 1 + e

1+e

1 + ex+ y

Example 12 :

( x sin y ) + i ( x 2 y ) (t ) = 0 ,

(t ) = t + i , t : 2 2 , : 2 2

Example 13 : ( e x e y ) + i ( 2x y ) (t ) = 0 , (t ) = t + i , t : 2 2 , : 2 2

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