Fractals: a Symmetry Approach

(for an interdisciplinary audience in the math-ed classroom)

Written by Gayla Chandler

"This presentation is a richly illustrated introduction to fractal geometry that draws upon examples from both natural and geometric fractals. It first considers the three types of geometric symmetry (reflection, rotation, and translation) and then explores the dilatational symmetry of fractals (self similarity across scales)."
Paul Bourke

   PDF, 7 MB
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