Fractals: A Programmer's Approach

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Prior to that day, non-Newtonian calculus was unknown to them, and (apparently) to everyone else. On 2 April 2003, Dave set up the first NNC website. The 20th Century would belong to the specialists. Morris Kline, from his book Mathematics: The Loss of Certainty (1980). "Gregor Mendel is accorded a special place in the history of genetics. ... In other words congruence is a special case of similarity, is a special case of affinity. etc.

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