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The Fractal Science Kit fractal generator is a Windows program to generate a mathematical object called a fractal. The term fractal was coined by Benoit Mandelbrot in 1975 in his book Fractals: Form, Chance, and Dimension. In 1979, while studying the Julia set, Mandelbrot discovered what is now called the Mandelbrot set and inspired a generation of mathematicians and computer programmers in the study of fractals and fractal geometry.
Like other mathematical ideas, fractals involve numbers and equations. Unlike most other mathematical ideas, fractals can be used to generate complex, beautiful images that appeal to mathematicians and children alike. Swirling spirals, endless self-similar repetitions receding into the distance, geometric objects arranged in infinitely complex patterns, plant-like creations, geologic designs, clouds, and more, comprise the fractal landscape. These wondrous patterns defy logic yet owe their very existence to mathematics and computers. See the Fractal Image Gallery for some examples of the myriad of fractal designs possible.
Windows® 10, Windows® 8 / 8.1, Windows® 7
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