Classical geometry has, for a long time, been used to shape our understanding of the natural world. Geometrical properties such as length, area and volume aid us in analyzing objects around us in a way that is tangible to us. The discovery of fractals and the introduction of fractal geometry added a new dimension to our understanding of natural phenomena. Fractals, or irregular objects can be found everywhere from galaxies to coastlines and the applications of fractal geometry extend into many other scientific fields.
Malik, Sonia, "Fractals and Fractal Time Series" (2018). Senior Independent Study Theses. Paper 8063.
Algebraic Geometry | Analysis
Bachelor of Arts
Senior Independent Study Thesis
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