The Fractal Geometry of Nature
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From galaxies and lunar craters to a glass of curdled milk, the shapes found in nature are of an altogether different level of complexity from those studied in standard geometry. In this book the ‘founder of fractal geometry’ presents his definitive overview of the different types of fractal shapes, with all their intricate, irregular and fragmented patterns. He also explains the origins of his ideas and highlights the applications of his work in art, science and mathematical modelling.