si = 1, -1.598, (repeating)
Center:1.0+0.0i , Zoom = 0.5
Another repeating two step sequence. Again, if we look at every other iteration, we are basically looking at quartic polynomials.
Back in Sequence Fractals Part III #6 I was musing about the different ways to set up the parameter spaces for quartic polynomials. The full parameter space always has three complex (six real) dimensions. I am going to skip the details for now, but if you write down any degree four polynomial in z with parameters a,b,c sprinkled into the coefficients, you will almost always define a parameterization that captures almost all of the affine-conjugate classes.
If we choose to parameterize the quartic space with . (Not that anyone would do this unless they were playing with two-step sequence fractals based on .) Then today’s picture arises from taking a c-slice of the parameter space, fixing a = -1.598 and b = 0.
In general a c-slice with b=0 is equivalent to the sequence fractal with two-step sequence 1,a.