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The **Mandelbrot set** has its place in complex dynamics, a field first investigated by the French mathematicians Pierre Fatou and Gaston Julia at the beginning of the ...

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The term **Mandelbrot set** is used to refer both to a general class of fractal sets and to a particular instance of such a set. In general, a **Mandelbrot set** marks the ...

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What's so special about the **Mandelbrot set**? Its boundary exhibits complicated structure at all length scales from about 1 down as far as you wish (or as you ...

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The **Mandelbrot set**, named after **Benoit Mandelbrot**, is a fractal. Fractals are objects that display self-similarity at various scales. Magnifying a fractal reveals ...

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The **Mandelbrot set** is a complex mathematical object first visualized by mathematician **Benoit Mandelbrot** in 1980. The set is enormously complex — it is said by some ...

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Parameters Clicks on the **Mandelbrot set** image will get a Julia set magnify the **Mandelbrot set** by a factor of . Alternate **Mandelbrot** parameter plane

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the DVD: tutorial: gallery: links: contact me : The Amazing **Mandelbrot Set** is a DVD video collection of 24 animated zooms into the most complex ...

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Benoit B. [n 1] **Mandelbrot** [n 2] (20 November 1924 – 14 October 2010) was a Polish-born, French and American mathematician. He is recognized for his contribution to ...

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The **Mandelbrot set** is a famous example of a fractal in mathematics. It is named after **Benoît Mandelbrot**, a Polish-French-American mathematician.