Computer Work

Computer experiments can be very helpful for understanding complex Hénon maps. My recommendation is to look at the computer work of others and think about it. However, don't be tempted into doing your own computer work until you have thought very carefully about your goals and how you will achieve them. And think very carefully about what mathematics is involved, and what your computer experiment might reveal.

My moral: If I spend an hour spent thinking about somebody else's computer pictures, it is more productive than 20 hours trying to produce my own pictures.

We are mathematicians, and what is important about computer work:

Here are sources I recommend that you look at:

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