Webinar de Sistemas Dinâmicos

How to find a Fractal function from real data?

Transmissão através de Videoconferência

Speaker: Cristina Serpa (CMAFcIO).

Fractals are beautiful mathematical objects and are everywhere. It is possible and widely known how such objects are constructed mathematically. A fascinating challenge is how can a fractal pattern be mathematically found from real data? Let us remember that a fractal is chaotic, a dynamic system very sensitive to initial conditions. In this seminar I will present a method that I developed to find fractal functions that approximate real data.

This presentation is mainly aimed at a wide audience of not only mathematicians, but also applied scientists, teachers and students of all areas of knowledge. It is supported by very accessible and simple animations and illustrations. The boring and hard technical parts are left to the paper, which will be available after its publication.

Zoom Meeting: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/93750884473.

CMAFcIO - Centro de Matemática, Aplicações Fundamentais e Investigação Operacional