Monthly Best Of on 09/28/2010




No Title 0031

Jean-François COLONNA

www.lactamme.polytechnique.fr

jean-francois.colonna@polytechnique.edu
CMAP (Centre de Mathématiques APpliquées) UMR CNRS 7641, Ecole Polytechnique, CNRS, 91128 Palaiseau Cedex, France

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1-The 128 most referenced Pictures (*):

(*): Undisplayed pictures -if any- do not exist.



A tridimensional Möbius-like manifold defined by means of three tridimensional fields
1-244 reference(s)
From low to high galaxy density in the local universe (the depth is displayed by means of the luminance)
2-180 reference(s)
Tridimensional representation of a quadridimensional Calabi-Yau manifold
3-176 reference(s)
The Lorenz attractor
4-146 reference(s)
Tridimensional representation of a quadridimensional Calabi-Yau manifold
5-133 reference(s)
Quark and gluon structure of a nucleon
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Quark and gluon structure of a nucleon
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Electron-positron scattering
8-86 reference(s)
Paradoxal Monument Valley at sunset
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The random walk of photons escaping the Sun
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Foggy Babel Tower -a tribute to Brueghel the Elder-
11-80 reference(s)
The random walk of photons escaping the Sun
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The random walk of photons escaping the Sun
13-75 reference(s)
The Möbius strip
14-73 reference(s)
Artistic view of the prime numbers
15-72 reference(s)
Welcome aboard a Virtual Space-Time Travel Machine
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Hypercube
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From the infinitely small to the infinitely big
18-63 reference(s)
Along the border of the Mandelbrot set
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Artistic view of the Big Bang
20-60 reference(s)
Intertwining
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A tridimensional fractal manifold defined by means of three tridimensional fields
22-59 reference(s)
Bidimensional visualization of the Verhulst dynamics -(grey,orange,red)display negative Lyapunov exponents, (yellow,green,blue) display positive Lyapunov exponents-
23-57 reference(s)
Autostereogram with an hidden volcano
24-55 reference(s)
Fractal synthesis of mountains with vegetation and stormy clouds
25-55 reference(s)
A quaternionic Julia set -tridimensional cross-section-
26-55 reference(s)
The same bidimensional scalar field displayed with 4 different color palettes
27-54 reference(s)
Autostereogram with an hidden volcano
28-52 reference(s)
Recursive intertwining
29-49 reference(s)
From Pluto to the Sun (non linear scales)
30-49 reference(s)
24 evenly distributed points on a sphere by means of simulated annealing
31-48 reference(s)
The trajectories of bidimensional fractal aggregates obtained by means of a 50% pasting process during collisions of particles submitted to a vertical field of gravity
32-47 reference(s)
The Klein bottle
33-47 reference(s)
The Scream -a Tribute to Edvard Munch-
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Jean-François Colonna
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Tridimensional display of the Riemann Zeta function inside [-10.0,+60.0]x[-35.0,+35.0] (bird's-eye view)
36-46 reference(s)
N-body problem integration (N=4: one star, one heavy planet and one light planet with a satellite)computed with 2 different optimization options on the same computer (sensitivity to rounding-off errors)
37-46 reference(s)
Artistic view of a pseudo-quaternionic Julia set ('MandelBulb' like: a 'JuliaBulb')computed with A=(-0.58...,+0.63...,0,0) -tridimensional cross-section-
38-46 reference(s)
2.pi rotation about Y and Z axes of a quaternionic Julia set -tridimensional cross-sections-
39-46 reference(s)
Tridimensional display of the dynamics of a linear superposition of 6 eigenstates of the Hydrogen atom (bidimensional computation)
40-46 reference(s)
The generalized Ulam spiral displaying 100 numbers
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Alien
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Rotation about the X axis of the Lorenz attractor
43-42 reference(s)
The quaternionic Julia set computed with A=(0,1,0,0)-tridimensional cross-section-
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Tridimensional display of a linear superposition of 6 eigenstates of the Hydrogen atom (tridimensional computation)
45-42 reference(s)
Autostereogram of Monument Valley
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Animation of a sunrise on mountains
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Artistic view of a pseudo-quaternionic Julia set ('MandelBulb' like: a 'JuliaBulb')computed with A=(-0.58...,+0.63...,0,0) -a Tribute to José Hernández- -tridimensional cross-section-
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A fractal landscape
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A shell (Jeener surface 1)in motion
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