# Pseudo quantum computer – home built

A pseudo quantum computer, really? If you know what a quantum computer is than the post title should make you suspicious. Let me explain. The power of a quantum computer comes from its ability to have its cubits in superposition while it is “calculating” a solution. This means that the cubits have all values at…

# Random computing: a precursor to quantum computing

In my quest to stay up to speed on new technology, I had this crazy idea to develop my own quantum computer. After all, if Elon Musk thinks he can move humanity to Mars then building a quantum computer in my garage should be in the range of the possible. Let me start by saying…

# Exploring the unseen; the story of genetic fractals

Reposted from my design blog. I am preparing an exhibition of genetic fractal art and this is an introduction to this. With genetic fractals I am exploring the process of creation. A process that starts with nothing and evolves into something both beautiful and complex at once. Every artwork of genetic fractals has a clear…

# Definition of geometric space around analytic fractal trees using derivative coordinate funtions

Published on arXiv, my new paper on analytic tree fractals (a.k.a. as genetic fractals). Title: Definition of geometric space around analytic fractal trees using derivative coordinate funtions Author: Henk Mulder Abstract: The concept of derivative coordinate functions proved useful in the formulation of analytic fractal functions to represent smooth symmetric binary fractal trees . In…

# Fractal space

This one has been long in the making. Ever since formulating the maths of genetic fractals, I have been wondering about describing fractal space, i.e. the space around fractals. I have just submitted a paper to arXiv which is scheduled to become available in a few days. I will update this article with the link.…

# Formulation of an ellipse using derivatives coordinate functions (part 1)

Recalling derivative coordinate functions When I developed the equation for genetic fractals (paper) , I first defined a “path function”, i.e. an equation that could represent arbitrary curves. This is given as: The notation is slightly different with respect to the paper. is a derivative of the coordinate function and  is a derivative of the…