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Some generalisations of nested fractal constructions and associated diffusions

Jonathan Croft

Some generalisations of nested fractal constructions and associated diffusions

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Published by typescript in [s.l.] .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 1999.

StatementJonathan Croft.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 121p.
Number of Pages121
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21791528M

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Some generalisations of nested fractal constructions and associated diffusions. Author: Croft, Jonathan. In this paper we consider a closed fractal curve F, the so-called von Koch snowflake (see, e.g., Falconer [4]) and we construct the energy form associated to a free diffusion process on it.

In Section we recall the definition of nested fractals. Decimation invariant Dirichlet forms and construction of self-similar diffusions on X. It appears in [lo], [19] and [16], that the construction of a diffusion on a finitely ramified fractal amounts to find an eigenvector of a kind of renormalization by: terminology- says that a nested fractal is "finitely ramified".

After the axioms have been introduced, the rest of Chapter IV is devoted to a systematic account of their basic consequences. Brownian motion on a nested fractal will be constructed as the limit of a sequence of random walks, and to avoid difficult. In this paper, we propose some methods for increasing the modeling capabilities of fractal shape constructions.

We propose two extensions of the IFS model. The first is based on the integration of free form techniques in an IFS formalism, while the second deals with the definition of matrix of attractors to give a constructive approach of Cited by: 5.

fractal is unique. The snowflake seems to be the simplest nested fractal where such questions arise. For the snowflake, the answer is that if the random walk is not degenerate then a unique diffusion limit exists whatever the underlying random walk model.

The Hausdorff dimension of recursively constructed fractals is relatively easy to find when the contractive maps associated with each recursive step satisfy the Open Set Condition (OSC). The fractal geometry Some generalisations of nested fractal constructions and associated diffusions book in architecture because it helps to reproduce the forms present in nature.

Our fractal analysis has been divided in two parts: • on a small scale analysis (e.g., to determine the fractal components in a building); • on a large scale analysis (e.g., to study the urban organisation). An Overview We can describe mountains, clouds, trees and flowers by models consisting of simpler geometric forms based on Euclidean geometry, for example using net models in CAD, but are they exactly what nature is?The first two chapters below give an introduction to fractals and fractal geometry in a more general way, listing characteristics and explaining some examples.

Construction and some properties of a class of non-symmetric diffusion processes on the Sierpinski gasket. In: Asymptotic problems in probability theory: stochastic models and diffusions on fractals (Elworthy, K.D.

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Design of fractal objects is made relatively simple and intuitive by the discovery of an important mathematical property relating the fractal sets to the IFS. The method also provides the possibility of solving the inverse problem.

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