*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 Tangâ€“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.

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Worley Noise - C++ Source Code | |

Zaslavskii Map | |

Pitchfork Bifurcation Subcritical - Pitchfork_bifurcation_subcritical.svg | |

Pitchfork Bifurcation Supercritical - Pitchfork_bifurcation_supercritical.svg | |

Arnold Cat Map feat. Pulce | |

Backtang Model | |

Bak Tangâ€“Wiesenfeld sandpile model | |

Backtang Sandpile (v2) - C++ Source Code | |

Bak Sneppen Model.png | |

Dyadic Transformation - C++ Source Code | |

Forest Fire Model (animated) | |

Gingerbreadman Map | |

Tinkerbell Map |