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Fractals, Julia Set and Mandelbrot Set Resources  
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Submitted: Jun 09, 2003
James Gleick's Chaos  
Where chaos begins, classical science stops. For as long as the world has had physicists inquiring into the laws of nature, it has suffered a special ignorance about disorder in the atmosphere, in the turbulent sea, in the fluctuations of wildlife populations, in the oscillations of the heart and the brain. The irregular side of nature, the discontinuous and erratic side---these have been puzzles to science, or worse, monstrosities.
Submitted: Jul 08, 1999
A Fractal Art Gallery by Ken Keller  
Exploring the boundary between Creation and Discovery. Come explore the infinite fractal universe.
Submitted: Aug 02, 2000
Chaffeyls Fractals Compression Links  
Fractals are very interesting and mathematical occurrences. Chances are, if you have opened your eyes, you've seen Fractals. This site, Chaffey's Fractal Links, is meant as a resource for everybody to use as a tool in search of fractal information, programs, articles and other fractal related pages on the Internet. This page has been up since 1994 and is continuing to grow in content.
Submitted: Jul 10, 1999
Chaos at Maryland  
Since the mid-1970s, the Chaos Group at Maryland has done extensive research in various areas of chaotic dynamics ranging from the theory of dimensions, fractal basin boundaries, chaotic scattering, controlling chaos, etc. It is hoped that the knowledge we have gained is of use to others, and it is the objective of this web site to disseminate those fruits of labor.
Submitted: Nov 29, 1997

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