Resource for Learning Perturbation Theory

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« on: September 10, 2018, 06:49:35 PM »
I'm done with my program Fractal to Desktop, and I made comments on the program's code with the goal that I could come back to my source code in 5 years and figure out how it works again. I thought this might be a good resource for all of you to learn from, so I've put up the core rendering part on Github under the GPL license.

The code requires no libraries to run, making it easy to test out on your system. It doesn't have arbitrary precision built-in to make sure that no libraries are required, but all the places where you'd use an arbitrary precision variable are denoted by a long double. I used MPFR there, but you can use whatever you want.

Here's the Github: https://github.com/ShiromMakkad/MandelbrotPerturbation

Also, check out Fractal to Desktop at fractaltodesktop.com
Fractal To Desktop - Live Render Fractals To Your Desktop!
http://fractaltodesktop.com/


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