Correcting for ¢nite spatial scales of self-similarity when calculating the fractal dimensions of real-world structures

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Fractal geometry is a potentially valuable tool for quantitatively characterizing complex structures. The fractal dimension (D) can be used as a simple, single index for summarizing properties of real and abstract structures in space and time. Applications in the ¢elds of biology and ecology range from neurobiology to plant architecture, landscape structure… (More)

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@inproceedings{Berntson1997CorrectingF, title={Correcting for ¢nite spatial scales of self-similarity when calculating the fractal dimensions of real-world structures}, author={G. M. Berntson and Patrick Stoll}, year={1997} }