References,
Comments and Matlab Code


Initial Matlab Code for The Compleat Gamma
Pulse:
p=inline('tau.^n.*exp(tau)','tau','n');
tau=linspace(0,10,1e6+1)';
n=10+10i;
figure;plot(p(tau,n));axis equal
The specific Matlab code for the yinyang is
p=inline('exp(n*log(tau)).*exp(tau)','tau','n');
tau=logspace(11,1,1e6+1);
n=i/pi;
pyy=p(tau,n);
q=[pyy;flipud(pyy)];
figure;plot(q);axis(1.1*[1 1 1 1]);axis square


This material was written
without knowledge of a parallel article. However, we now must
acknowledge finding the following paper. After all, YinYang
animations are popular.
< Fermat's_Spiral_&_YinYang.pdf
>
Banakh, T., Verbitsky, O. and Vorobets, Y., Fermat's Spiral and the
Line Between Yin and Yang, arXiv:0902.1556v2, 2009.

Oldham, K. B. and Spanier,
J., The Fractional Calculus,
Dover, 1974.


Other Spiral curves
< http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/spiral/spiral.htm
>

Other Waldman curves and articles:
< http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/waldman/waldman.htm
>
< http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/waldman2/waldman2.htm
>
