Fractals and stochastic models
Complex natural subjects such as coastlines, mountains, galaxies, and clouds would seem to be beyond rigorous description for scientists. How can one model a jagged and wild mountain using Euclidean geometric methods? It is not possible because of the irregular (in the Euclidean meaning of the term) shapes of the real world.
KeywordsFractional Brownian Motion Iterate Function System Fractal Curve Original Curve Frame Buffer
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