A fractal valued random iteration algorithm and fractal hierachy
We describe new families of random fractals, referred to as "V-variable", which are intermediate between the notions of deterministic and of standard random fractals. The parameter V describes the degree of "variability": at each magnification level any V-variable fractals has at most V key "forms" or "shapes". V-variable random fractals have the surprising property that they can be computed using a forward process. More precisely, a version of the usual Random Iteration Algorithm, operating on...[Show more]
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