Welcome to the Institute for Fractal Research
Association for Promoting the Detection, Analysis and Generation of Fractal Time Series
|Susie Vrobel||Otto E. Rössler||Otto van Nieuwenhuijze||Dieter De Grave||Franz-Günter Winker||Uri Fidelman|
|Barry Baddock||Serge Timashev||Mike Luetchford||Ignazio Licata||Nikolaus v.Stillfried||John Hiller|
|Kerry Welch||Xiao-Yun Yang||Terry Marks-Tarlow||Wolfgang Steube||Barbara Holstein||Bärbel Grünig|
The Institute for Fractal Research was founded in 1997 with the purpose of promoting the detection, analysis and generation of fractal time series.
Fractal research is to be understood as concerning both subject matter and method. The methodological approach, in particular, can be applied across all disciplines.
The detection and generation of fractal time series open up new ways of structuring time. In this connection, efforts should be made to anticipate both ethical issues and potential dangers. Research results are published in our open access journal IF PAPERS.
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