John Baez in litteris <firstname.lastname@example.org> scripsit: > In article <email@example.com>, > David Madore <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >>I had produced a graphical representation of epsilon_0, once, but it's >>actually entirely uninteresting to look at, it's just a mess. > > If you still have it around, I would be interested to see it - and maybe > even attach it to week236. I can see why it would be a mess, though.
Try <URL: http://www.madore.org/~david/.tmp/eps0-2.ps.gz > (gzipped PostScript file). And if you replace ".ps.gz" by ".c" you have the (pretty much unreadable) C program which might have been used to generate it... except that it doesn't seem to generate exactly the same thing, so I don't really know (I presume some parameter was set to a different value). As the URL indicates, these files might not stay long, but you're welcome to do what you wish with them.