Kitchen Science Fractals: A Lab Manual For Fractal Geometry
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This book provides a collection of 44 simple computer and physical laboratory experiments, including some for an artist’s studio and some for a kitchen, that illustrate the concepts of fractal geometry. In addition to standard topics ? iterated function systems (IFS), fractal dimension computation, the Mandelbrot set ? we explore data analysis by driven IFS, construction of four-dimensional fractals, basic multifractals, synchronization of chaotic processes, fractal finger paints, cooking fractals, videofeedback, and fractal networks of resistors and oscillators.
In order to benefit fully from this book, readers should have access to either Mathematica or Python and be able to run programs in one of those languages. No programming skill is needed: the programs can be copied from the supplementary tab of https://www.worldscientific.com/worldscibooks/10.1142/11774#t=suppl upon publication release of the book.