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Complex Dynamics and Renormalization

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Complex Dynamics and Renormalization
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Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0691029814
ISBN-13: 9780691029818
Number of pages: 219

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Addressing researchers and graduate students in the active meeting ground of analysis, geometry, and dynamics, this book presents a study of renormalization of quadratic polynomials and a rapid introduction to techniques in complex dynamics. Its central concern is the structure of an infinitely renormalizable quadratic polynomial f(z)=z2+c.

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