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"Chaos and Fractals" programs

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  • Subject: "Chaos and Fractals" programs
  • From: rodgers at maxwell.mmwb.ucsf.edu (R. P. C. Rodgers, M.D.)
  • Date: Tue, 26 Jan 93 15:07:46 PST

Dear Colleagues,

Before re-inventing the wheel, I wanted to enquire as to whether
anyone has translated the BASIC programs appearing at the ends of
the chapters in the quasi-textbook by Peitgen, Juergens, and Saupe,
"Chaos and Fractals," Springer, 1992, into C, S, Mathematica, or
something else more tractable on a UNIX workstation?

Thanks in advance for any informationm...

Cheerio, Rick Rodgres





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