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 Title: Strange Attractors: Creating Patterns in Chaos
 Author(s) Julien Clinton Sprott
 Publisher: M & T Books; Har/Dis edition (September 1993); eBook(August 1, 2000)
 Paperback: 426 pages
 eBook: HTML and PDF (591 pages)
 Language: English
 ASIN/ISBN10: 1558512985
 ISBN13: 9781558512986
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Book Description
This book describes a simple method for generating an endless succession of beautiful Fractal patterns by iterating simple maps and ordinary differential equations with coefficients chosen automatically by the computer. It contains over 350 examples of such patterns. Each pattern produces a corresponding piece of fractal music.
The book also describes methods for visualizing objects in three, four, and higher dimensions and explains how to produce 3D stereoscopic images on the computer screen using red/blue glasses3d glasses which are included with the book.
About the Authors Julien Clinton Sprott is an Emeritus Professor of Physics at University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI.
 Fractal Geometry and Fractals
 Geometry and Topology
 Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems
 Computer Graphics, 3D, Animation and Imaging
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