Talk:Classification of Fatou components
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Should this be merged with the No Wandering Domains article? SmaleDuffin 15:51, 3 April 2007 (UTC)
- That is an idea, since both is about rational maps.
- Maybe just call the page Iterations of rational functions
- So that more facts can be added (such that the number of fatou components of a rational map can only be 0,1,2 or infinitley many) etc. I support the idea, but I am not so skilled with wiki yet so that I can
- do the change. Be sure to check all incoming link, so they direct to the right part of the page.
Paxinum 18:58, 3 April 2007 (UTC)
Is there anyone here that have examples of maps that contains any of the first 3? Attracting point-components are the most common, but what about the other ones? Paxinum 10:31, 6 June 2007 (UTC)
I can write down some examples. This article is OK as far as it is better expressed (now I'm in a hurry but maybe I'll fix it later) as transcendental entire functions have wandering domains, which are part of Fatou components. (RBerenguel 10:33, 3 September 2007 (UTC)).
Clauses are not sentences
In the section "Attracting Periodic Point" the first few lines are of the form:
The components of ... that contains the attracting points that ... .
Three clauses with a subject and no object. It is impossible for a native English speaker to make any sense of this totally apart from the math. I cannot fix it since I have no clue what the author was trying to say and I have no competence with the mathematics so I can't guess what it should say. 220.127.116.11 (talk) 20:48, 20 October 2012 (UTC)