An Introduction to Fractals
This page contains material for the course: AMAT 2110
Discrete Dynamics.
For some of the questions you will find it useful to have
triangular
grid paper.
This is not intended to be a definite compilation of web sites
relating to Fractals. However, you should find these sites
useful for the assignment questions and possible even interesting!
 Material aimed at school students.

The Fractal Geometry of the Mandelbrot Set.
 A Fractals Lesson.
 Mandelbrot and the Mandelbrot set.

Julia and Mandelbrot Set Generation.

Mandelbrot Set from MathWorld.

Mandelbrot Set Explorer.

Benoit Mandelbrot.

The Mandlebrot set
9 nice images of the Mandlebot set as it is
magnified by a factor of five each time around the point
c = 0.7454265 + 0.1130090i.
 Miscellaneous.

Contours of the mind.
An exhibition of Sonic and Visual Art at the Australian National
University Drill Hall Gallery (23 June  24 July 1994)
 Fractals 
An Introduction.
 Encountering
Fractals in Nature.
 Fractal Clouds.

Generating Random Fractal Terrain.
 The Koch Curve
Fractal.
 Pages with links to other fractal sites

sci.nonlinear.faq (look at the bottom of the page for the
section `Fractal Sites')

Other Fractal Links.
 The Spanky
Fractal Database.
 Lecture Notes.
 12 An Introduction to Fractals
 12.1 The Mandelbrot Set and SelfSimilarity
 12.2 Making a Fractal: the Sierpinski Triangle
 12.3 Making a Fractal: the Koch Snowflake
 12.4 Applications of Fractals
 12.5 Modelling
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Page Created: 13th May 2002.
Last Updated: 19th May 2002.