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Unexpected behavior of GeometricTransformation
I have the following mapping on the complex plane: $$ z \mapsto \tau \mu z-1, $$ where $\mu$ is complex, $\tau$ is real number. I want to draw the image of left unit semidisk and play with $\tau$. ...
Aug 17 '12 at 16:59
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