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"The problems and examples are well-chosen and interesting...difficult concepts are introduced in a clear fashion with excellent diagrams and graphs."
-Alan E. Wessel
Santa Clara University
This volume is the second edition of the highly successful Fractals Everywhere. The Focus of this text is how fractal geometry can be used to model real objects in the physical world.
This edition of Fractals Everywhere is the most up-to-date fractal textbook available today.
Fractals Everywhere may be supplemented by Michael F. Barnsley's Desktop Fractal Design System (version 2.0) with IBM for Macintosh software. The Desktop Fractal Design System 2.0 is a tool for designing Iterated Function Systems codes and fractal images, and makes an excellent supplement to a course on fractal geometry
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so inexpensive - great for my son. He was out in Arizona at the time - and I mailed this directly to him - he was thrilled to receive this and used it for a class. Thanks.Published on December 29, 2012 by Lemons
Man, this got way too deep, way too fast. I have some algebra, some statistical analysis, some calc... This just took off running and left me in the dust. Read morePublished on December 26, 2009 by Russell A. Williams
Although instructive, this book is sometimes annoying to read. The author seems to be playing his cards very close to the vest and not telling us everything. Read morePublished on August 26, 2002 by Charles Madden
this is a bad and very confusing book for a young student in, say... 7th grade, like me. The language is incomprehensible and there are no visual aids.Published on November 27, 2001
HUmmm!! parece interesante este librito. Pero la verdad busco uno donde encuentre aplicaciones a la ingeniería. Read morePublished on November 19, 2001 by Jeyson David Polanco