About: Fractal dimension is a research topic. Over the lifetime, 14764 publications have been published within this topic receiving 329050 citations.
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01 Jan 1985
TL;DR: In this paper, a scaling solution for the Bethe lattice is proposed for cluster numbers and a scaling assumption for cluster number scaling assumptions for cluster radius and fractal dimension is proposed.
Abstract: Preface to the Second Edition Preface to the First Edition Introduction: Forest Fires, Fractal Oil Fields, and Diffusion What is percolation? Forest fires Oil fields and fractals Diffusion in disordered media Coming attractions Further reading Cluster Numbers The truth about percolation Exact solution in one dimension Small clusters and animals in d dimensions Exact solution for the Bethe lattice Towards a scaling solution for cluster numbers Scaling assumptions for cluster numbers Numerical tests Cluster numbers away from Pc Further reading Cluster Structure Is the cluster perimeter a real perimeter? Cluster radius and fractal dimension Another view on scaling The infinite cluster at the threshold Further reading Finite-size Scaling and the Renormalization Group Finite-size scaling Small cell renormalization Scaling revisited Large cell and Monte Carlo renormalization Connection to geometry Further reading Conductivity and Related Properties Conductivity of random resistor networks Internal structure of the infinite cluster Multitude of fractal dimensions on the incipient infinite cluster Multifractals Fractal models Renormalization group for internal cluster structure Continuum percolation, Swiss-cheese models and broad distributions Elastic networks Further reading Walks, Dynamics and Quantum Effects Ants in the labyrinth Probability distributions Fractons and superlocalization Hulls and external accessible perimeters Diffusion fronts Invasion percolation Further reading Application to Thermal Phase Transitions Statistical physics and the Ising model Dilute magnets at low temperatures History of droplet descriptions for fluids Droplet definition for the Ising model in zero field The trouble with Kertesz Applications Dilute magnets at finite temperatures Spin glasses Further reading Summary Numerical Techniques
16 Mar 1990
TL;DR: In this article, a mathematical background of Hausdorff measure and dimension alternative definitions of dimension techniques for calculating dimensions local structure of fractals projections of fractality products of fractal intersections of fractalities.
Abstract: Part I Foundations: mathematical background Hausdorff measure and dimension alternative definitions of dimension techniques for calculating dimensions local structure of fractals projections of fractals products of fractals intersections of fractals. Part II Applications and examples: fractals defined by transformations examples from number theory graphs of functions examples from pure mathematics dynamical systems iteration of complex functions-Julia sets random fractals Brownian motion and Brownian surfaces multifractal measures physical applications.
TL;DR: In this paper, the correlation exponent v is introduced as a characteristic measure of strange attractors which allows one to distinguish between deterministic chaos and random noise, and algorithms for extracting v from the time series of a single variable are proposed.
TL;DR: In this article, a measure of strange attractors is introduced which offers a practical algorithm to determine their character from the time series of a single observable, and the relation of this measure to fractal dimension and information-theoretic entropy is discussed.
Abstract: A new measure of strange attractors is introduced which offers a practical algorithm to determine their character from the time series of a single observable. The relation of this new measure to fractal dimension and information-theoretic entropy is discussed.
01 Jan 1989
TL;DR: In this paper, B. Mandelbrot introduced fractal geometry fractal measures methods for determining fractal dimensions local growth models diffusion-limited growth growing self-affine surfaces cluster-cluster aggregation (CCA) computer simulations experiments on Laplacian growth new developments.
Abstract: Foreword, B. Mandelbrot introduction fractal geometry fractal measures methods for determining fractal dimensions local growth models diffusion-limited growth growing self-affine surfaces cluster-cluster aggregation (CCA) computer simulations experiments on Laplacian growth new developments.
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