Title: | An Introduction to Fractals |

Speaker: | Marc Winter, `13 Mathematics Major Mathematics and Computer Science Albion College Albion, Michigan |

Abstract: | This presentation intends to cover the basics of what a fractal is. Since fractals don't tend to have integer dimensions like we are used to this will include how to determine the dimension of fractals. We will also discuss some simpler fractals that are easy to conceptualize many of these will come from a group of fractals known as the polygaskets. The polygaskets are fractals that are based on recursively using a polygon shape to create them. A prime example of these is Sierpinski's triangle which is a fractal based off of a triangle. |

Location: | Palenske 227 |

Date: | 12/6/2012 |

Time: | 3:30 PM |

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