Julia Set
A set of complex numbers that do not diverge if
iterated an infinite number of times via a simple equation. The
points form an extremely complex fractal. There is an
uncountable infinity of Julia sets, each of which
corresponds to a particular complex number that appears as a constant
in the iterative procedure. Julia sets are similar to
corecursively enumerable sets because only points that are not a
members of the set can actually be identified as such. All of the
Julia sets are related to the Mandelbrot set.
