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The Fractal Geometry of Nature is a mathematics text. But buried in the deltas and lambdas and integrals, even a layperson can pick out and appreciate Mandelbrot's point: that somewhere in mathematics, there is an explanation for nature. It is not a coincidence that fractal math is so good at generating images of cliffs and shorelines and capillary beds.
Read it a long time ago. Intellectually stimulating, mathematically complex, but a good read.Published 1 month ago by Ancient One
The magnum opus of a true genius. Within this book lies the legacy of a profound academic and perhaps the most rigorous and complete analysis of fractal geometries that has ever... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Daniel Barham
Much more then an introduction to Fractals and much less then an intimidating tome. A must for artist and mathematicians, architects and designers.Published 8 months ago by the seagul
A set for which the Hausdorff Besicovitch dimension strictly exceeds the topological dimension.
The definition of a fractal pretty much sets the tone for the book. Read more