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The Mandelbrot Set, Theme and Variations

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  • Editor: Tan Lei, Université d'Angers, France
Tan L., J. Hubbard, C. McMullen, A. Douady, X. Buff, R. Devaney, P. Sentenac, P. Haïssinsky, J. Milnor, P. Roesch, C. Petersen, G. Ryd, S. Luzzatto, H. Jellouli, M. Shishikura, Yin Y.-C.
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  • Date Published: May 2012
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  • isbn: 9781139244374

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  • This volume presents a systematic exposition of current knowledge about the Mandelbrot set and presents the latest research in complex dynamics. Topics discussed include the universality and the local connectivity of the Mandelbrot set, parabolic bifurcations, critical circle homeomorphisms, absolutely continuous invariant measures and matings of polynomials, along with the geometry, dimension and local connectivity of Julia sets. Chapters document important results hitherto unpublished or difficult to find in the literature. This book will be of interest to graduate students in mathematics, physics and mathematical biology, as well as to researchers in dynamical systems and Kleinian groups.

    • Documents important results about the Mandelbrot set and related topics which were hitherto unpublished or difficult to find in the current literature
    • Covers both new research and the basic knowledge of the subject
    • Unique treatment of the Mandelbrot set, Julia sets and dynamical systems
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    '… this collection presents important results hitherto unpublished or difficult to find in the literature.' European Maths Society Journal

    'The analytic techniques employed cover an exceptionally broad range and students of mainstream science in search of an appropriate mathematical model to fit their dynamical scheme will find a very solid theoretical base going way beyond the basic concepts.' Contemporary Physics

    … should be studied in depth by any potential worker in this field. This book should remain popular for many years to come.' The Mathematical Gazette

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    • Date Published: May 2012
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9781139244374
    • contains: 61 b/w illus.
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction L.Tan
    Preface J. Hubbard
    1. The Mandelbrot set is universal C. McMullen
    2. Baby Mandelbrot sets are born in cauliflowers A. Douady, X. Buff, R. Devaney and P. Sentenac
    3. Modulation dans l'ensemble de Mandelbrot P. Haïssinsky
    4. Local connectivity of Julia sets: expository lectures J. Milnor
    5. Holomorphic motions and puzzles (following M. Shishikura) P. Roesch
    6. Local properties of the Mandelbrot set at parabolic points L.Tan
    7. Convergence of rational rays in parameter spaces C. Petersen and G. Ryd
    8. Bounded recurrence of critical points and Jakobson's Theorem S. Luzzatto
    9. The Herman–Swiatek theorems with applications C. Petersen
    10. Perturbations d'une fonction linéarisable H. Jellouli
    11. Indice holomorphe et multiplicateur H. Jellouli
    12. An alternative proof of Mañé's theorem on non-expanding Julia sets M. Shishikura and L.Tan
    13. Geometry and dimension of Julia sets Y. -C. Yin
    14. On a theorem of Mary Rees for the matings of polynomials M. Shishikura
    15. Le théorème d'intégrabilité des structures presque complexes A. Douady and X. Buff
    16. Bifurcation of parabolic fixed points M. Shishikura.

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    Tan Lei, Université d'Angers, France
    Tan Lei has been a professor at the University of Angers since September 2009. Prior to that, he was a teacher and researcher at ENS Lyon, the University of Warwick and the Universite de Cergy-Pontoise.

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    Tan L., J. Hubbard, C. McMullen, A. Douady, X. Buff, R. Devaney, P. Sentenac, P. Haïssinsky, J. Milnor, P. Roesch, C. Petersen, G. Ryd, S. Luzzatto, H. Jellouli, M. Shishikura, Yin Y.-C.

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