o Introduction

"Fractals are about looking closely and seeing more. Fractals have to do with bumps that have bumps, cracks that have crookednesses within crookednesses, and atoms that turn out to be universes. Fractals have to do with the rich structure of our universe that spans all scales from the uncountable galaxies at unthinkable distances to the mysterious inner electric flashes and vibrations of the subatomic realm."
--Tim Wegner and Bert Tyler, Fractal Creations, 2nd ed., p. 13

+ The Modeling Power of Fractals

+ How Long is the Coastline of Britain?

+ Self-Similarity

+ Fractal dimension