It looks to me to be some form of cumulus fractus
A novel circularly arched fractus
named Arched Bow-shaped Fractal Curve (ABFC) is originally proposed.
2) Technology and Intellectual Property Rights Department, Fractus
, Barcelona, Spain
The adjectival form is fractus
, which Mandelbrot says led him to fractal.
adurentis : adurentius intellege [parallel] fractus
addidi cum fonte, om.
Barrande, 1852 from the Katian-Hirnantian (Ashgill) Kraluv Dvur Formation, Bohemia, Czech Republic.
With Armitage's Fractus
, a duet for Krysanova and Savin (to Rhys Chatham music), blackouts gave a feeling of urgency that complemented the tough-love partnering, including Savin spinning Krysanova upside-down.
Mandelbrot created the term fractal from the Latin adjective fractus
, meaning "broken," because it connoted the idea of a fracture (like a bifurcation point) and also described the fractional dimension (between the integer first, second, or third dimensions) of the fractal (Gleick 1987, 98).
Spanish internal antennas developer Fractus
SA announced on Wednesday it has entered into a non-exclusive, worldwide patent license agreement with mobile and broadband communication company Motorola Inc (NYSE:MOT).
O termo fractal, cunhado pelo matematico Mandelbrot (1982), vem do adjetivo fractus
, do verbo frangere que significa quebrar, fraturar e e usado para designar dimensoes nao inteiras.
El termino proviene del latin fractus
, que significa 'interrumpido o irregular'.
Root: The Latin word frangere, meaning "to break," and its form fractus
give us the roots frag and fract.