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PMA443 Fractals 200809 1 Introduction to fractals Warning: these notes are incomplete! They are intended to ensure that you have, after the lectures, an accurate written record of the details of proofs et cetera, but they contain few diagrams and no record of computer demonstrations, both of which are essential to the course. You will need to take notes which include these elements. 1.1 Administration The...

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