Dynamics of holomorphic transformations; Mandelbrot and Julia sets.

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Attractive Basins and Loops in Julia Sets

I recently learned about the Mandelbrot set for the first time from a presentation by some undergraduates in honor of Mandelbrot's death. The presentation was short and by non-experts so I left with ...
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Meaning of \Subset notation

The symbol $\Subset$ (occurring in places where $\subseteq$ could occur syntactically) comes up frequently in a paper I'm reading. The paper lives at the intersection of a few areas of math, and I ...
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Symmetries of the Julia sets for $z^2+c$

The julia set seems to have symmetries roughly corresponding to translation, rotation and scaling. In the following image You can see the horizontal translation, which leaves the extremal left and ...
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Analytic ODE with complex time

Suppose we have a complex vector field on $\mathbb{C}^n$ which is analytic and has $|DV| < L$ on ball $B_r$ with radius r. I would like to understand: 1) if there exists an analytic flow ...
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Help determining the asymptotic behavior of an integral involving rational functions.

Let $\phi:\mathbb{P}^1\to\mathbb{P}^1$ be a rational function of degree $d\geq2$. How can one prove, using the normalized spherical measure, that $$\int_{\mathbb{P}^1(\mathbb{C})}|(\phi^n)'(z)|\ d\mu ...
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What is the “category of bifurcations”?

While reading the introduction to this paper by Curtis McMullen, I came to the following (bold added): In this paper we show that every bifurcation set contains a copy of the boundary of the ...
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When does the sequence of iterates of a rational function converge?

Darsh asks at the 20-questions seminar: Let f:P^1 -> P^1 be rational function. Can you say when the sequence ...