Why these? Because the most beautiful ones have already been made by other people! The subject on the Arnold Cat Map is my cat "Pulce" (flea in italian language). Bak Tang–Wiesenfeld sandpile model is not so easy to implement in a fast way: it runs for a long time!
Instead, I am very happy of the image of Bak-Sneppen model: my original idea is to represent the time dimension on the vertical axis (ok! The color gradient is merely due to vanity). Dyadic Transformation is another math object not so easy to represent; the C++ computation is based on high-resolution arithmetic.
|Worley Noise - C++ Source Code|
|Pitchfork Bifurcation Subcritical - Pitchfork_bifurcation_subcritical.svg|
|Pitchfork Bifurcation Supercritical - Pitchfork_bifurcation_supercritical.svg|
|Arnold Cat Map feat. Pulce|
|Bak Tang–Wiesenfeld sandpile model|
|Backtang Sandpile (v2) - C++ Source Code|
|Bak Sneppen Model.png|
|Dyadic Transformation - C++ Source Code|
|Forest Fire Model (animated)|