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3D
 
ULAM'S
 
SPIRAL

Abstract. Stanislaw Ulam discovered his spiral in 1963 and it was featured on the cover of Scientific American in 1964. The discourse on the phenomenon is not at all exhausted, however, I do refrain from repeating what others say about it and simply include links to pertinent sites.

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Introduction 2.Pertinent Sites 3.Notes on What's Going On 4.Animations 5.next 6.after that 7.maybe

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Introduction

In as much as this is a tribute page, I don't say too much except to explain some of the pictures. Check out the links in section 2 to explore the mathematics further.

2. Web Resources Pertinent to Ulam's Spiral.

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3. Notes on What's Going On

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4. Animations

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animations

Return to Inanimate Page Tiny Rotating Animation of the 3D Square Spine Spiral Large Animation of a Rotating 3D Square Spine Spiral

Small Rotating Animation of the 3D Square Spine Spiral

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6. After That

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7. Maybe

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