Benjamin Rempfer Butler University
Faculty Sponsor(s): Scott Kaschner Butler UniversityThe limiting behavior for sequences of filled Julia sets has been studied in several recent publications. When a non-hyperbolic degree d polynomial map f with a Siegel disk Delta is varied in the set of degree d polynomials, the limit of the filled
Julia sets always exists. It has also been shown that for all hyperbolic polynomial maps q, if fn is defined as the sum of q with a power map zn, then the same limit of the filled Julia sets exists and can be described explicitly. We attempt to extend
this convergence for the maps fn to non-hyperbolic maps q with a Siegel disk Delta and expect the theorems proved for hyperbolic polynomial maps to hold.
Mathematics & Computer Science
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Gallahue Hall 105