Applications of Fractals and Chaos: The Shape of Things
Antony J. Crilly, Rae A. Earnshaw, Huw Jones
Springer-Verlag GmbH, Jan 1, 1993 - Chaos - 317 pages
Applications of Fractals and Chaos presents new developments in this rapidlydeveloping subject area. The presentation is more than merely theoretical, it specifically presents particular applications in a wide range of applications areas. Under the oceans, we consider the ways in which sponges and corals grow; we look, too, at the stability of ships on their surfaces. Land itself is modelled and applications to art, medicineand camouflage are presented. Readers should find general interest in the range of areas considered and should also be able to discover methods of value for their own specific areas of interest from studying the structure of related activities.
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1f Noise and Fractals in DNAbase Sequences
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3D model algorithm amplitude analysis applied approximation attractor Bach Bach's background basin of attraction behaviour bifurcation bifurcation diagram bird songs capsize chaos chaotic complex component computing correlation dimension corresponding curve data set detection deterministic digitized dynamical system equations example extrema Fourier fractal dimension fractal geometry fractal image fractal signals fractional calculus frequency function Haliclona indicates inserts integrity investigation iteration Julia set layer linear longitudinal elements Lyapunov exponent Mandelbrot mathematical method motion multifractal natural neurones nonlinear note intervals organisms with radiate parameter pattern pavement phase space pitch pixels Plate points power spectrum radiate accretive growth random fractal range ratio reconstruction representation sample scale segment self-affine self-similarity sequences ship shown in Figure shows signal wavelets simulation solution spatial spectral statistical structure tangential elements techniques tessellation transformation transmissivity fields triangle turbulence vertices visual angle wave