Exploring Fractals on the Macintosh

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Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1995 - Computers - 352 pages
This is an examination of fractals in a way that intends to be accessible to Macintosh users. It enables users to explore the Mandelbrot set, design their own fractal creations and learn about 100 different fractal types as they relate to the scientific field of chaos. It also teaches programmers the intricacies of programming fractal algorithms on the Macintosh and how to incorporate special fractal capabilities in their own applications. Included are fully working versions of the fractal applications FractaSketch and MandelMovie.

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Interesting book on Fractals.


Basics of Fractals
Creating Classical Fractals on the Macintosh
Calculating Fractal Dimensions

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