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Strange Attractors: Creating Patterns in Chaos

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Strange Attractors: Creating Patterns in Chaos
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Publisher: M & T Books
ISBN/ASIN: 1558512985
ISBN-13: 9781558512986
Number of pages: 591

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Chaos and fractals are new mathematical ideas that have revolutionized our view of the world. They have application in virtually every academic discipline. This book shows examples of the artistic beauty that can arise from very simple equations, and teaches the reader how to produce an endless variety of such patterns.

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