By Jurg Nievergelt
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We start with an initial configuration (the zero generation) consisting of a single segment (Fig. 2). If we apply the production rule just once to every segment of the current generation, we obtain successively a first, second, and third generation, as shown in Fig. 3. Further generations quickly exhaust the resolution of a graphics screen or the printed page, so we stop drawing them. The curve obtained as the limit when this process is continued indefinitely is afractal. Although we cannot draw it exactly, one can study it as a mathematical object and prove theorems about it.
Else Sn; Our sample programs do not return dynamically allocated storage explicitly. They rely on a memory management system that retrieves free storage through "garbage collection". Many implementations of Pascal avoid garbage collection and instead provide a procedure 'dispose(.. )' for the programmer to explicitly return unneeded cells. If you work with such a version of Pascal and write list-processing programs that use significant amounts of memory, you must insert calls to 'dispose( . )' in appropriate places in your programs.
1 Computer-Driven Visualization: Characteristics and Techniques 91 as long as this variety is contained in an algorithmically tractable, narrow domain of discourse. It is not adept at tasks that require judgment, experience, or insight. By comparison, a speaker at the blackboard is slow and inaccurate and can only call upon small amounts of data and tiny computations; we hope she makes up for this technical shortcoming by good judgment, teaching experience, and insight into the subject. By way of another comparison, books and films may accurately and rapidly present results based on much data and computation, but they lack the ability to react to a user's input.
Algorithms and Data Structures: With Applications to Graphics and Geometry by Jurg Nievergelt