Multi Julia IFSWritten by Paul BourkeInspiration and equations by Chris Thomasson March 2019
Equations defining the n+1'th term of the series is
Where r_{n} is uniform random distribution on the range of 0 to 1, and R_{n} is randomly either 1 or 1, with equal probabilities. In essence, r_{n} is selecting between two constants c_{0} and c_{1}, the transition of 1/2 may be varied for different effects. The R_{n} is choosing equally between the two roots. Some interesting values for complex valued c_{0} and c_{1} might be: c_{0} = {0.5,0.0}, c_{1} = {5.5,0.0}c_{0} = {0.0,1.0}, c_{1} = {0.0,1.0} c_{0} = {0.726514,0.240242}, c_{1} = {0.171039,0.235043} c_{0} = {1.444991,0.139179}, c_{1} = {0.063294,1.401774} c_{0} = {1,0}, c_{1} = {1,0} c_{0} = {.75, .06 }, c_{1} = {.45, .6 }
A variation, also by Chris Thomasson, uses 4 function choices instead of the 2 used above. Each chosen with equal probability.
