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L. Bradley
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This webpage provides an overview of chaos theory and some of the surrounding ideas such as the Butterfly Effect and strange attractors. It uses many helpful images and diagrams, and…
  
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Publisher: New York Times Company
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This New York Times obituary is dedicated to the life and accomplishments of Benoît B. Mandelbrot, the mathematician who investigated and popularized fractals. The article is a brief…
  
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C. Lanius
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This page explains what fractals are and how to create one using simple means. There are several applets to watch the formation of basic fractal patterns as well as activities to…
  
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J. Sprott
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This site displays a new fractal image every day. It also includes images of many types of fractals, such as strange attractors and Julia sets, and it also has a section on the…
  
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Publisher: Wikipedia
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This Wikipedia page provides an overview of tension structures and describes the important architects and engineers who use this form of construction. The page includes the history…
  
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Publisher: The Light, Inc.
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This article describes how soap films and their minimal surfaces have inspired mathematicians, scientists, engineers, and architects. Thirteen photographs and drawings show soap…
  
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K. Polthier
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This webpage from the Free University in Berlin introduces a large site on the use of tension structures in architecture, and the relationship of these structures to soap films.…
  
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Publisher: Soapbubble.dk
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This colorful, well-illustrated site from staff members at Denmark's Experimentarium provides explanations of how soap bubbles are formed, what holds them together, and how soap…
  
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Publisher: American Physical Society
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The Physical Review Focus article describes the controversy over the structure of networks that optimize transport of nutrients through the veins in leaves. Images show how vein…
  
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Publisher: Mathland
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The webpage provides an overview of how the Konigsberg Bridge problem led Euler to develop graph theory and establish the basis for topology. The page includes links to images of the…
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