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Measuring fractal dimension of natural objects from digital images
This is a useful topic. A college physics lab, medical diagnostics, urban growth, etc. - there is a lot of applications. On this site by Paul Bourke about Google Earth fractals we can get a high ...
Oct 16 '12 at 6:25
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