This is a simple analogous reference to depict the effect of iterative functions in real life…This example uses to generate random number series using a definite periodic or non-periodic series.! Well, that’s the effect.. Generation of unpredictable random number from a series…! It certainlysounds impossible but…. Just assume a functiong=f(x)=sin(x) well to map sin(x) is possible.. Now for g=f(f(x))it’s possible to map but more complex than f(x) now for g=f(f(f(x))) it’s certainly predictable but need high precision methods.. Now just iterating the function for million timesi.e g=f(f(f(f(f…f(x)…)))) for million times then the function ‘g’ will generate mathematical random number….! The conclusion is that indefinite complexionsRead More →