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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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"Influenced by Carl Jung and mathematicians Henri Poincare and Benoit Mandlebrot, I seek universal patterns between systems.
Persistent behavior was called "Joseph Effect" by Mandlebrot and Mandelbrot and Wallis [17].
Raj Warman, Academy at the Lakes, "How Does Changing the Real and Imaginary Perturbation Affect the Mandlebrot Fractal?"
Mandlebrot starts with September 11th of that year.
As the influence of Bourbaki's structuralism began to wane ironically it was Rene Thom and Benoit Mandlebrot who, responding to Levi-Strauss' call for genuine two-way collaboration, drew on the resources of structural linguistics in order to oppose Bourbaki and to theorize new morphogenetic dynamic structures characterizing fractal geometry and, chaos and catastrophe theory (Aubin, 1998).
In contrast, Mandlebrot (1972a, 1972b) notes that stock returns tend to have higher peaks about the mean, skewness, and fatter tails than would be the case with normally distributed returns.
He had recently read Benoit Mandlebrot's paper in Science entitled "How Long is the Coast of Britain?