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Domain Coloring Editor’s review
FromVoiceSync:Domain coloring is a technique for visualizing functions of a complex variable. You can select one of the preset functions or create/modify your own, rendering is performed combining multi threading so all available cores of CPU are used and a fast zCompiler to achieve near real time display. Results can be exported to a .png or .jpg file in selectable resolution up to 32k width
Code generates HSV color representation of complex function.
domainColoring.m : this MATLAB function returns different representations of complex function.
veryComplex.m : contains collection various complex functions and their visualization using domainColoring.m.
testDomainColoring.m : simple script that demonstrates the use of domainColoring.m
Domain coloring (cf. section 5.2) is a technique that makes use of a color scheme to visualize complex valued functions. The left image shows a reference color scheme that represents the complex plane. The right image shows a typical color plot of a meromorphic function. The black spots denote zeros, here with multiplicity 2 (the bigger one on the left) and 1 (the one on the right). The white spot in the upper third is a double pole whereas the punctual spot at the bottom is a simple pole. This can also be seen from the multiplicity and order of the colors around these points – the double zeros and poles are surrounded by the complete color circle twice in contrast to the simple zeros and poles.
1: Click Install Key after navigating to Tools & Settings > License Management > Plesk License Key.
2: Choose Upload a licence key file.
3: Click OK after providing the path to the key file you downloaded from the email.