Alternative
JuliatypeSets:
2: "Sine" Juliaset variations
There's auseful page by Paul Bourke and
Tim Meehan about the "sinvariant" Julia set, at http://local.wasp.uwa.edu.au/~pbourke/fractals/sinjulia/
, exploring z > c × sin(z).
As
with the normal Julia set
images, we can adjust the four values that make up the components of c
and the initial value components of z, to get a
range of
images.
....
This function gives nice repeating ribbonlike
fractals. As before, setting parameter D to zero
generates shapes with mirrorsymmetry, but higher or lower values cause
the
shape to break up and twist clockwise or anticlockwise:
A few nonmirrorsymmetrical "sine julia"
images 

External Links
 "sine
Julia", Paul Bourke

"Alt.Fractals: A visual guide to fractal geometry and design" (2011) ISBN 0955706831, section 24, "Sine Julia Sets"
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Eric Baird 2009
