I called it CND but I haven't seen it defined. I just put complex variables in ND;

z=(1/c1*sqrt(2*pi))*e^((-1/2)*((z-c0)/c1)^2)

Where c1 and c0 are standard variation and mean. In the following c1 is the free parameter. A surprise here is that Mandel and Julia are similar in large scale. Although ND has that property of looking similar after a frequency transformation.

As before, restricting expansion also limits domain. I think I made a mistake with the expansion of CND. Fractal Explorer's Exp(z) does not give Taylor's expansion to a number. The expansion is not so trivial to calculate. Too many terms. I will keep the "expanded to 6" ones until I correct them. Currently I am trying to learn some Java.

Mandel

e^x expanded to 6

Sitting Buddha, hmm

Julia

e^x expanded to 6

c1=(1.01,-1.11)

Doesn't it look like infinity sign?

Unfortunately the above Mandel

is not at the same c1, Mandel is below

Mandel

e^x to 6

Mandel

bailout=49

Mandel

bailout=324

Julia

bailout= 25

Mandel

bailout=25

Julia

bailout= 361

Mandel

bailout=361

Mandel

c0 free

Mandel

c0=(0,-1)

e^x expanded to 6

Mandel as mouth

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