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Fast Track What's New in Acheron 2.0 Introduction to Fractals Overview of Acheron 2.0 Fractals Curves in Acheron 2.0 Von Koch Curve Mandelbrot Curve Hilbert Curve Cesaro Curve Heighway Curve Minkowski Curve Peano Curve Square Curve Sierpinski Curve Sierpinski Objects
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About Acheron 2.0 
 Language:  Visual C++ 
IDE:  Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 
App. Version:  2.0 
Appl. Size:  4.36 MB (4.572.672 bytes) 
Creation Date:  30Dec2013 23:14 (GMT+1) 
Link Type:  Statically Linked 
Installer Size:  1.74 MB (1.825.462 bytes) 
Installer Date:  30Dec2013 23:14 (GMT+1) 

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Acheron 2.0 in a Snap


Acheron 2.0 is a free explorer of the most common geometrical fractals.
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Acheron 2.0 provides an easy interface, based on the standard ribbon, to set up the fractal display: recursion level, style, curve colour, background colours, .. for the following fractal curves.

Von Koch Snowflakes 
The Von Koch Curve, better known as Von Koch Snow Flakes, are perhaps the more beautiful fractal curves. 

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Mandelbrot Curve 
Benoit Mandelbrot opened the world of fractals but his name is also attached to an interesting curve based on a simple iterator. 

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Minkowski Curve 
The Minkowski Curve is also called the Minkowski sausage. 

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Hilbert Curve 
The Hilbert Curve, named from the german mathematician Hilbert, is a well known fractal curve. 

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Cesaro Curve 
The Cesaro Curveis a set of two curves with intricate patterns that fit into each other. 

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Sierpinski Curve 
The Sierpinski Curve, named from the polish mathematician Waclaw Sierpinskiallows beautiful variations. 

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Sierpinski Objects 
The Sierpinski Objects are fractals curves based on different geometrical basis. 

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Peano Curve 
The Peano Curve is amongst the first known fractals curves. 

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Square Curve 
The Square Curve is a nice fractal curve, build using a recursive procedure, saw in the wellknown book 'Algorithms in C' written by Robert Sedgewick . 

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Heighway Curve 
The Heighway Curve also called the Heighway Dragon or HarterHeighway Dragon, was popularized in 1967. 

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Furthermore, Acheron 2.0 can export fractal display to clipboard for further processing in other applications...




