# Fractals Everywhere: The First Course in Deterministic by Michael Fielding Barnsley

By Michael Fielding Barnsley

This version additionally positive factors extra difficulties and instruments emphasizing fractal functions, in addition to a brand new resolution key to the textual content workouts.

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