I have seen many plots of complex maps as colors, such as $w = sin(z) = 0$: However, I am looking for more involved plotting capabilities. For example I would like the ability to see the z-plane ...
Are there nice illustrations on the Net of say $y=a·x+b$ and $y=x^2$ intersecting where x and y are complex? I'm thinking of the amplitude of y being depicted as height above the complex plane with ...
I was wondering about the best way to visualize complex functions. As they're $$ R^2 \rightarrow R^2$$ i think best way are complex plane image/grid transforms like they used in the Dimensions movie ...
I read that if a parabola has no real roots, then its complex roots can be visualized by graphing the same parabola ($ax^2 + bx + c$) with $-a$ and then finding the roots of that, then using those ...