The stages of the city of Cologne are a

self-similar institution of the city of Cologne and operate the opera, the drama, the children's opera and two other venues.

When we look at landscapes that have a natural fractal pattern [fractals are infinitely complex patterns that are

self-similar across different scales]--natural shapes like tree limbs, clouds, ripples on the water, or coastlines--our brains produce more alpha waves, which signify a wakefully relaxed state.

D = log (number of

self-similar pieces)/log (scale factor)

The layout of the paper is as follows: Section 2 estimates brain plasma parameters and set up a set of two-fluid Vlasov-Maxwell equations; Section 3 derives a set of nonlinear,

self-similar differential equations for the excitation and propagation of EEG waves; Section 4 exposes the data-fit modeling of the solitary EEG waves under different conditions.

Fractals considered as

self-similar when an object is exactly or approximately similar to a part of itself or self-affine or self-affine when objects are scaled by different amounts in the x- and y-directions.

But, since not all SFCs are exact

self-similar, in this paper, we propose a method to determine whether a discrete approximation of Space Filling Curve is exact

self-similar.

Traffic anomaly based detection: Anomaly detection by

self-similar analysis.

Finally we describe the Lagrangian

self-similar solutions of the Mean Curvature Flow which are SO(n)-equivariant.

These discrepancies have major impacts on the position of the virtual origin, the core length, the position where self-similarity is achieved, but have minor effects on the

self-similar profiles.

The proceedings of first gathering contains 11 papers on such topics as min-max theory of minimal surfaces and applications, Lagrangian cobordism: rigidity and flexibility aspects, biochemical reaction networks: an invitation for algebraic geometers, entrance laws for positive

self-similar Markov processes, and geometric regularity estimates for elliptic equations.

If the replication is exactly the same at every scale, it is called a

self-similar pattern.

Hence microseismic events spectra of different magnitudes from similar locations are

self-similar as observed.