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Noun1.Mandelbrot - French mathematician (born in Poland) noted for inventing fractals (born in 1924)Mandelbrot - French mathematician (born in Poland) noted for inventing fractals (born in 1924)
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In particular, based on the Mandelbrot's studies, [1] taken up and applied by the economist Taleb [2], it has been possible to hypothesize the occurrence of improbable events, which may have a devastating impact.
This property was identified by Mandelbrot (1971) and designated as "long memory or low frequency persistent temporal dependence".
Benoit Mandelbrot, matematico polones radicado na Franca, ao longo dos anos 60, identificou as formas irregulares gracas ao grande acesso a recursos computacionais, ele era funcionario da IBM, e recebeu a demanda de resolver os ruidos nas linhas telefonicas usadas para a transmissao de informacoes de um computador para outro dentro da empresa (PEREIRA; CHRISTOFOLETTI, 2003).
To test for the presence of memory, we applied an estimation procedure proposed by Hurst (1951) and popularized in the field of finance by Mandelbrot (1971).
Clouds are Not Spheres: A Portrait of Benoit Mandelbrot the Founding Father of Fractal Geometry
Mandelbrot (Mandelbrot y Wallis, 1969; Mandelbrot, 1972), fue uno de los primeros investigadores en buscar dependencias en las series temporales economicas y financieras.
A very interesting and very popular approach to represent rough surfaces encountered in real--life has been proposed by Mandelbrot and other scientists, who presented the concept of fractals [1], [2].
For the sub-prime crisis of 2008, Goetzmann reminds us of the fractal geometry developed by Benoit Mandelbrot, which he touts over the alternative "quant" theories that led us into the 2008 crisis.
The patch geometry of the proposed antenna is based on the Mandelbrot escape fractal curve [7, 8].