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Topic: fractal geometry
Topic: geometry
 
Reference
Mandelbrot, B.B.,
"The fractal geometry of nature", San Francisco, W.H. Freeman and Company, 1977, 1982, 1983.
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1 ;;Quote: geometry does not describe natural objects; too irregular and fragmented with infinite distinct scales of lengths
 1 ;;Quote: many natural objects have similar degrees of irregularity at all scales
 25 ;;Quote: how long is the coast of Britain?; it depends on how length is measured
 30 ;;Quote: Hausdorff fractal dimensioncover with polygon's and add up the sides to the power D
 31 ;;Quote: if measure at the correct fractal dimension, the length is independent of the measure (epsilon)

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