by Vaclav Pinkava18 October 1999 The so-called Chaos Theory of mathematics has entered common parlance through James Gleick’s paperback popularisation of it. We have probably all seen the Mandelbrot set posters and other beautiful graphical renditions of iterative mathematical functions like x2 c = x. Fractal screensaver shareware is there to download from many sites […]

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