[ US /ˈfɹæktəɫ/ ]
[ UK /fɹˈæktə‍l/ ]
  1. (mathematics) a geometric pattern that is repeated at every scale and so cannot be represented by classical geometry
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How To Use fractal In A Sentence

  • Related, but not directly, I have spent much time getting to know fractals, 4d geometry, and other ‘strange’ mathematical phenomena.
  • With the help of catastrophe criterion, the anomalism criterions of the crossfeed between dam body and foundation are acquired from the real contact area or fractal dimension curve vs.
  • A fractal object is self - affine instead of self - similar if it has scaling property in different direction.
  • This is an example of what is known as a fractal set since its dimension is not a whole number.
  • In particular we show that point-lessness and dimensional function implies fractality. Backreaction
  • A structure may be called fractal if it presents the same irregularity at all scales.
  • This is a very deep zoom into a fractal called the Mandelbrot set. the boundary of the Mandelbrot set is infinite in length and detail. the deeper you go the more complex the image gets. Vimeo / Recent Public Videos
  • Fractals, using simple mathematical algorithm to produce complex objects typical of those which occur naturally.
  • The word that comes to mind is exothermic, the first nanoseconds of an explosion splintering into white-hot fractal fissures. Lambo's Latest Rambo Has a Heart
  • This paper applies wavelet and fractal theories to analyze multipath fading signal in mobile radio communications for the first time.
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