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Keys to Infinity
Partial table of contents: Too Many Threes Ladders to Heaven Infinity Machines Grid of the Gods To the Valley of the Sea Horses Infinite Chess The Loom of Creation Slides in Hell Alien AbductionExpand
Does God Play Dice? (The Mathematics of Chaos) by Ian Stewart (review)
Ian Stewart has done it again. Does God Play Dice? provides a detailed and expansive follow-up to Stewart’s previous papers on chaos for a lay audience, e.g. Ref. [ 11. His book details the historyExpand
Computers and the imagination
The Math Book
This is an accessible, fascinating book that unravels the mysteries and beauty of mathematics. It covers 250 milestones in mathematical history, from the magic squares from centuries ago to theExpand
Biom orphs: Computer Displays of Biological Forms Generated from Mathematical Feedback Loops
  • C. Pickover
  • Computer Science
  • Comput. Graph. Forum
  • 1 December 1986
Several illustrations are chosen as examples of the diversity of biological structures which result from this technique which is used to create complicated forms resembling invertebrate organisms. Expand
Computers, Pattern, Chaos, and Beauty: Graphics from an Unseen World
From the Publisher: Combining fractal theory with startling computer art, this book reveals an entirely new way of seeing. Part I introduces computer graphics and the creative use of computers. PartExpand
Fractal characterization of speech waveform graphs
The fractal structure of speech waveforms is studied at time scales where important phonetic and prosodic information reside, and it is found that speech exhibits fractal characteristics. Expand
DNA and protein tetragrams: biological sequences as tetrahedral movements.
  • C. Pickover
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of molecular graphics
  • 1 March 1992
The system presented is special in its focus on the fast characterization of the progression of sequence data using a graphics supercomputer with several controlling parameters. Expand