|New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge|
Challenge Team Abstract
Chaos is something that everyone loves, it is also the force that keeps our scientists from saying "HEY! I know everything!" Our favorite example of Chaos would be Sierpinskis Triangle. It is a process where a pureley chaotic set of guidelines results in an ordered phenomenon. Sierpinski found out that by putting three dots on a paper and drawing random dots in between something amazing happened, if you went by a simple rule to place the dots on the paper instead of coming out with a big mess you came out with a structured triangle. Tis is easy enough to do in 2 dimensions but we wanted to see if it was possible to do it in three dimensions. We wanted to see if Sierpinskis rule would work with the addition of another dimension or ig it would simply fall through to true chaos. We are going to use C++ to try to model the 3-Dimensional Sierpinski triangle.
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