Hubert Ludwig, Ball State University

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Some Pleasures and Perils of Iteration Lawrence O. Cannon and Joe Elich Solving equations by iteration. Relations to chaos theory and sensitivity to initial conditions. (86, 1993) 233 - 239 Building Fractal Models with Manipulatives Loring Coes, III Using tiles and interlocking cubes to build two and three dimensional models of self-similar objects. Discusses the self-similar dimension. (86, 1993) 646 - 651 The Mandelbrot Set in the Classroom Manny Frantz and Sylvia Lazarnick Introducing the Mandelbrot set in second-year-algebra and precalculus classes. (84, 1991) 173 - 177 Fractals and Transformations Thomas J. Bannon Self-similar fractals and iterated function systems. (84, 1991) 178 - 185 A Fractal Excursion Dane R. Camp Area and perimeter results for the Koch curve and surface area and volume results for three-dimensional analogs. (84, 1991) 265 - 275 Exploring Fractals - A Problem-solving Adventure Using Mathematics an Logo Jane F. Kern and Cherry C. Mauk Using Logo procedures to generate self-similar figures. (83, 1990) 179 - 185, 244 Chaos and Fractals Ray Barton A discussion of the chaos game and iterated function systems. (83, 1990) 524 - 529 The Sierpinski Triangle: Deterministic versus Random Models Margaret Cibes Two methods for the formation of a Sierpinski triangle. (83, 1990) 617 - 621 Supersolids: Solids Having Finite Volume and Infinite Surfaces William P. Love Forming solids of the indicated type. Some relation to fractal geometry. (82, 1989) 60 - 65 An Interesting Introduction to Sequences and Series John C. Egsgard Using the Koch snowflake curve. (81, 1988) 108 - 111 H.J.L. 07/15/97 email: 00hjludwig@bsu.edu home page: http://www.cs.bsu.edu/~hjludwig/ |

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