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Clifford-Valued Fractal Interpolation

  title={Clifford-Valued Fractal Interpolation},
  author={Peter R. Massopust},
In this short note, we merge the areas of hypercomplex algebras with that of fractal interpolation and approximation. The outcome is a new holistic methodology that allows the modelling of phenomena exhibiting a complex self-referential geometry and which require for their description an underlying algebraic structure. 



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