Fractal and Chaos in the Classroom: Introductory Ideas

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It’s like a walk through history, where this step is at about 1950, when the π0 was first discovered in cyclotrons and cosmic rays. Topology in the geodatabase model offers a more flexible environment along with the ability to define and apply a wider set of integrity rules and constraints. The fundamental ideas are relevant to symplectic topology and so fit into the programme of the conference. You think it's "silly" to treat the triangle, circle, square, rectangle as the same?

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Publisher: Keele Mathematical Educ.Pubns. (April 1996)

ISBN: 0947747230

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