5 edition of Fractal geometry and analysis found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Jacques Bélair and Serge Dubuc.|
|Series||NATO ASI series. Series C, Mathematical and physical sciences ;, vol. 346, NATO ASI series., no. 346.|
|Contributions||Bélair, Jacques., Dubuc, Serge, 1939-, North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.|
|LC Classifications||QA614.86 .N38 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 472 p. :|
|Number of Pages||472|
|LC Control Number||91026049|
Aside from Mandelbrot's classic book "The Fractal Geometry of Nature", I picked up Roger Stevens book "Fractal Programming in C" at a used bookshop. Fractals and chaos books This page discusses some of the books on fractals and chaos that I've found most useful. M. Barnsley, Fractals Everywhere, Academic Press Inc., This is an excellent text book on fractals. This is probably the best book for learning about the math underpinning fractals. It is also a good source for new fractal types.
Since its original publication in , Kenneth Falconera s Fractal Geometry: Mathematical Foundations and Applications has become a seminal text on the mathematics of fractals. It introduces the general mathematical theory and applications of fractals in a way that is accessible to . Following on from the success of Fractal Geometry: Mathematical Foundations and Applications, this new sequel presents a variety of techniques in current use for studying the mathematics of fractals. Much of the material presented in this book has come to the fore in recent years/5(9).
Book Reviews K. Fakoner, Fractal Geometry. Wiley, Chichester, O. It is no longer necessary to tell the importance of fractals and they no more need to be presented. This book is an accessible introduction to the subject containing all the prerequisites. Fractal Geometry in Digital Imaging is based on a research project, but has been written with a broad coverage and user friendly math to make the book accessible to a wider audience. It includes real world experiences and applications using the techniques described. * Discusses the analysis of textured images using fractal geometry1/5(1).
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The geometry of fractal sets and the analytical tools used to investigate them provide a unifying theme of this book. The main topics that are covered are then as follows. Dimension Theory. Many definitions of fractional dimension have been proposed, all of which coincide on "regular" objects, but often take different values for a given fractal : Paperback.
Fractal Geometry: Mathematical Foundations and Applications is aimed at undergraduate and graduate students studying courses in fractal geometry. The book also provides an excellent source of reference for researchers who encounter fractals in mathematics, physics, engineering, and the /5(15).
The geometry of fractal sets and the analytical tools used to investigate them provide a unifying theme of this book. The main topics that are covered are then as follows. Dimension Theory. Many definitions of fractional dimension have been proposed, all of which coincide on "regular" objects, but often take different values for a given fractal set.
This is an example of the kind of mathematical puzzles that this book addresses. 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 Cited by: Mathematics, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal.
Dear Colleagues, The goal of this Special Issue is to publish a collection of interesting and novel mathematics or mathematical physics original research papers or research expository articles, on a broad variety of topics related to fractals, viewed either as geometric or analytic objects, and their applications.
Let us begin with the fractional calculus-fractal geometry relationship, which allows for modeling with extreme precision of phenomena such as diffusion in porous media with fractional partial differential equations in fractal objects.
Where the order of the equation is the same as the fr Fractal analysis has entered a new by: 4. Fractals in the Plane the Ergodic Theory Methods. This book is an introduction to the theory of iteration of expanding and nonuniformly expanding holomorphic maps and topics in geometric measure theory of the underlying invariant fractal sets.
Major topics covered: Basic examples and definitions, Measure preserving endomorphisms. My favourite book on fractals is Measure, Topology, and Fractal Geometry by Edgar.
A short book and not very well known. It has a great many exercises all very suitable at undergrad. level but it requires a good mathematical background in basic analysis and topology. Remarkably, the analysis revealed a highly systematic fractal painting process perfected by Pollock over a decade.
Since this discovery, the continuing research on Pollock’s fractals by Taylor’s group and others has been greeted with considerable enthusiasm from the.
This volume collects thirteen expository or survey articles on topics including Fractal Geometry, Analysis of Fractals, Multifractal Analysis, Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems, Probability and Stochastic Analysis, written by the leading experts in their respective fields.
Gerald Edgar's book is a significant addition to this deluge. Based on a course given to talented high-school students at Ohio University init is, in fact, an advanced undergraduate textbook about the mathematics of fractal geometry, treating such topics as Cited by: This book addressees a variety of techniques and applications in fractal geometry.
It examines such topics as implicit methods and the theory of dimensions of measures, the thermodynamic formalism, the tangent of space method and the ergodic theorem. Each chapter ends with brief notes on the development and current state of the by: This volume collects thirteen expository or survey articles on topics including Fractal Geometry, Analysis of Fractals, Multifractal Analysis, Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems, Probability and Stochastic Analysis, written by the leading experts in their respective fields.
The articles are based. Outlines research on fractal geometry and the best practices in software, theoretical mathematical algorithms, and analysis International authorities from around the world address the rich panoply of manifold applications of fractal geometry available for study and research in science and industry.
Fractal markets hypothesis analyzes the daily randomness of the market through the use of technical analysis and candlestick charting. It examines investor horizons, the role of liquidity, and the.
The aim of this book is to show some applications of fractal analysis in the fields of sciences. The first chapter introduces the readers to the book, while the second chapter shows the methods and challenges of fractal analysis of time-series data sets.
The third chapter demonstrates fractal geometry as an attractive choice. Reviews the most intriguing applications of fractal analysis in neuroscience with a focus on current and future potential, limits, advantages, and disadvantages.
Will bring an understanding of fractals to clinicians and researchers also if they do not have a mathematical background, and will serve. The book introduces and develops the general theory and applications of fractals in a way that is accessible to students and researchers from a wide range of disciplines.
Fractal Geometry: Mathematical Foundations and Applications is an excellent course book for undergraduate and graduate students studying fractal geometry, with suggestions for.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute and Séminaire de mathemátiques supérieures on Fractal Geometry and Analysis, Montréal, Canada, July". Purchase Fractal Geometry - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book.
ISBN. Fractal geometry (see Fractal Analysis) is being used in many fields of materials science, physics, chemistry, and engineering because it can be applied to describe shapes and processes which are nonlinear and seemingly complex.
Fractal geometry is a non-Euclidean geometry which exhibits self-similarity (or self-affinity) and scale invariance.Analysis of Medical Images Using Fractal Geometry: /ch Fractal dimension is an emerging research area in order to characterize the complex or irritated objects found in nature.
These complex objects are failed toCited by: 3.A fractal is an object or a structure that is self‐similar in all length scales. Fractal geometry is an excellent mathematical tool used in the study of irregular geometric objects.
The concept of the fractal dimension, D, as a measure of complexity is defined. The concept of fractal geometry is closely linked to scale invariance, and it provides a framework for the analysis of natural Cited by: 2.