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am 31. Juli 1998
This tome is the immortal classic that introduces fractals to the layman and scholar alike. The mechanics and beauty of fractals are presented in a very readable manner that is sure to pique the interest of anyone seeking a deterministic, yet almost supernaturally pervasive paradigm of the structure of the universe. This book fundamentally affected my personal outlook on nature irrecovably. I would advise leaving it on the coffee table for your children to examine.
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am 11. April 2014
Benoit Mandelbrot ist eines der wissenschaftlichen Genies unserer Zeit. Abseits des wisschenschaftlichen Mainstreams entwickelt er seine neue Geometrie, die etwas tief in der Natur verborgenes ins Licht zieht.

Das Buch ist gut geschrieben, für den Laien allerdings nur mit viel Eigenstudium verständlich. Gespickt mit Bildern zur Zierde und Erklärung.
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am 4. Juni 2010
A set for which the Hausdorff Besicovitch dimension strictly exceeds the topological dimension.

The definition of a fractal pretty much sets the tone for the book. There are mostly definitions and monochrome diagrams to explain the more classical fractals. The book does shows some practical geometric uses for fractals but I would not let it get anywhere near my Koch Curve.

I am not being kind to this book as there is a color section in the center. That shows "The Great Wave" by Katsushika Hokusai (1760-12849.) And an extensive reference section.

The book its self could easily be used as a text book for school.

Fractals: Hunting the Hidden DA set for which the Hausdorff Besicovitch dimension strictly exceeds the topological dimension.

The definition of a fractal pretty much sets the tone for the book. There are mostly definitions and monochrome diagrams to explain the more classical fractals. The book does shows some practical geometric uses for fractals but I would not let it get anywhere near my Koch Curve.

I am not being kind to this book as there is a color section in the center. That shows "The Great Wave" by Katsushika Hokusai (1760-12849.) And an extensive reference section.

The book its self could easily be used as a text book for school.

[[ASIN:B001PQT39M Fractals: Hunting the Hidden Dimension [Blu-ray]~ USA


An Eye For Fractals: A Graphic And Photographic Essay (Studies in Nonlinearity)
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am 28. Februar 2000
Mandelbrot's update of his classic work is certainly eye-catching. However, just like its forerunner, it fails to answer the simplest questions, including, "How do I calculate the fractal dimension of this curve?" and "How can I manage to plot the Julia set for myself?" The answers to such questions have to be gleaned by the intelligent--and mathematically sophisticated--reader for himself. (One sees this phenomenon all the time in "advanced" mathematics books. It means that either [a] the author has his head stuck in the clouds and expects the reader to use divination, or [b] he prefers to keep his readers ignorant.) For a much more practical and rewarding discussion, read "The Science of Fractal Images" edited by Peitgen and Saupe. The math is clear; the algorithms are plainly stated for the PC enthusiast with some simple programming skills; and the color plates are astounding.
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am 22. Juni 2000
The book is still a milestone in the history of fractals, but it gets currently lost among the many available publications. Surely a good book, but there now exist other texts that can be considered more advisable to a reader, particularly to a computer-oriented one.
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am 19. März 1998
One can not praise a masterwork enough. If you have the money buy it. Your unique Associates ID is: thefractaltransl.
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am 15. Juni 1998
This book is by far the very root by which chaos and the interrelations with that of nature came into existance. Mandelbrot describes chaos and dynamical systems as applied in the real world, and how fractals do appear in nature. Mandelbrot gets an A+.
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