Is it possible to construct an attractor not in the form of points, but in the form of a continuous curve?
I tried to do it and got this result.
The curve is not closed due to incorrect visualization or is it because of the way I set the grid when searching for attractors and their basins? Сould the reason be that this is just a projection from 6D to 3D ?
I have read how the attractor search algorithm works, and as far as I understand, the points representing the attractor should be located more densely
Code for grid and mapper
xr1 = yr1 = zr1 = xr2 = yr2 = zr2 = range(-8, 8, length = 10) mapper = AttractorsViaRecurrences(ds, (xr1, yr1, zr1, xr2, yr2, zr2); mx_chk_hit_bas = 20, mx_chk_fnd_att = 200, mx_chk_loc_att = 200, mx_chk_lost = 500, diffeq = (alg = Vern9(), abstol = 1e-11, reltol = 1e-11, dense = false, maxiters = 10000000))
Also i have another question. I found the AttractorsViaRecurrencesSparse() function in the package sources. I tried use him and for this i update package to last version but Julia manage package don’t find new version for package. As far as I understand, the package has not been updated yet. Can I update it myself to the version I need? How do I assemble it myself?