Seeking Fractal Internet Resources

Mia Markey mkm at bu.edu
Fri Oct 14 12:48:59 EST 1994


Hello,

        I am a member of a group at Boston University which works to develop
curriculum, software, and experiments to be used to educate highschool students
about chaos (dynamical systems, mathematical/natural fractals, patterns in
nature, etc).  We are preparing a booklet for highschool teachers and students
that is to serve as a "where to start" reference.  We would like to include a
list of "internet resources" such as ftp, gopher, and WWW sites which have
textual information, pictures, programs, or other information on our topics.
We would also like to include a list of people who are accessible via the
internet who are working in this area.
        Any help in compiling this list would be appreciated.  Please do not
send me specific information such as fractal pictures, instead send me
information on where and how to locate them.  I realize that there are many
sites with some information.  I am not attempting to list every possible site,
but instead ones that have been especially helpful to others in their own
internet searches for information on chaos.   


Thank you very much,

Mia K. Markey (or Peter Garik)
Center for Polymer Studies
Physics Dept.
Boston University
590 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
617/353-4735
mkm at bu.edu




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