1. French mathematician (born in Poland) noted for inventing fractals (born in 1924)
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  • MAndelbrot actually studied some tree ring series and some varved sediments. More on Esper et al [2002] « Climate Audit
  • Mandelbrot has received numerous honours and prizes in recognition of his remarkable achievements.
  • We were greeted by a table filled with all sorts of goodies: sweet and sour chicken, cocktail meatballs, mandelbrot, Max's cookies named for Sam's mom -- they were her favorite, buttermilk kugel, and brickle cake. Archive 2006-07-01
  • The Mandelbrot set provides a striking example.
  • According to Joan Nathan, it may have been the large Jewish population that once resided in Piedmont, Italy that brought biscotti to Eastern Europe, where it was subsequently adapted and became known as Mandelbrot, which means almond bread. Jewesses With Attitude - Where Jewish women tell it like it is
  • The most famous computer-generated fractal is called the Mandelbrot set - a swirling, feathery, seemingly organic landscape that is reminiscent of the natural world, but is nonetheless completely virtual. BBC News - Home
  • A few days ago I heard a real cool contribution from Mandelbrot on the Audiophob label sampler "Hyperakusis". Side-Line news feed
  • The Mandelbrot set is beautiful even if it is the monochromatic blot in the middle of the colorful depiction of equipotential lines.
  • Benoit Mandelbrot, the father of fractal theory and a pioneer in the study of market swings, argues that finance is prone to a "wild" randomness not usually seen in nature.
  • The lines strictly demarcating (and hence, in contrast to fractals, terminating) the process or non-fractal changes in the shapes of the bodies themselves may give one pause, but, I admit, this is a matter of interpretation, since such figures may be read as indicating potential fractality of the type one finds in the Mandelbrot set. Chaosmic Orders: Nonclassical Physics, Allegory, and the Epistemology of Blake's Minute Particulars.
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