The paper is organized as follows: Section 2 presents an introduction to the theory of selfsimilarity and to SFCs theory, also a definition of exact

self-similarity of discrete approximations of SFC.

The late Walter Freeman found this

self-similarity causal in how the brain quickly moved between vastly different states.

As we continue to zoom in on the snowflake, we see the

self-similarity of the crystals.

Tsurumi, "A simple, general model for the affine

self-similarity of images," in Proceedings of the International Conference on Image Analysis and Recognition (ICIAR '08), A.

Height has been found to scale as the 2/3 power of diameter, exhibiting elastic

self-similarity, or in one-to-one proportion with diameter, exhibiting geometric

self-similarity (Whittaker and Woodwell, 1968; McMahon and Kronauer, 1976; King, 1990; Niklas, 1994; Niklas, 1995).

Note, that due to self-similar traffic nature, the estimation of

self-similarity parameter can't be realized in situations when there is no data about entity count (a "pause").

k] (r, M)) is a complex and special "membership function" from the concept of fuzzy fractal, which describes the extent to which the sub-series in the processing unit satisfies

self-similarity.

The property of

self-similarity in a fractal-Dimensional occurs throughout the range of scales [Dacarogna, M.

The space-filling property of the antenna served to lower its resonant frequency, and its

self-similarity property to keep consistent some of its characteristics.

The fractal compression deals primarily with the issue of

self-similarity between larger and smaller portions of an image.

In fact, fractals can be the explanation for some across-scale patterns found in nature, even though it would be difficult to observe

self-similarity in all scales on ecological structures.

The strange attractor operates when the system shows emergent stability over time,

self-similarity, but also the possibility for radical nonlinear change.